Did you pay the fine? Do you have proof? If so, you should travel with them and will probably be OK.
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I would wait until the ACD time is over and the charge is dismissed.
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You can travel back to your home country, but the issue maybe when you return to the US. It will depend on when the judge will dismiss your case. If you leave the US and try to return while the case is pending, the border official may see the pending case and as a result, deny you admission into the US.
You should consult with an immigration attorney to review the details of your criminal case and the ACD to determine the immigration consequences. Because you are not a US citizen and you were arrested, you should always consult with an immigration attorney before you make any pleas or agreement with the prosecutor no matter how minor the charges are.
This information is for general educational purpose only. The outcome of your case/situation may vary due to the specific details of your case, therefore you should not base your immigration decision solely on the answer above. You are advise to seek a consultation from an attorney. This does not establish an attorney-client relationship.
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