Everything counts with immigration. You must inform USCIS of these charges, but your favorable outcome will help.Ask a similar question
You always have to disclose to Immigration or the US consulate overseas any arrests. The positive outcome of the case will count in your favor.
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Any and all arrests have to be disclosed when applying for anything with either Immigration or US consulate abroad.
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