You can reapply at another time, and you do not have to wait 5 years, but you should provide an affidavit that you mistakenly answered "no" to the question about being arrested (perhaps you thought that since your record was sealed after ACD that it didn't "count"). You should also provide information about your arrest including your ACD and any information that your record was expunged. You may want to hire an immigration attorney who can assist you in putting together a convincing N-400 application.
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I agree with my colleague here. You need to consult an experienced immigration attorney. At Brandt immigration we have over 10 years experience successfully representing immigrants.
Chad M. Brandt
I also agree. While it is ideal to consult before you apply, when you are denied a Visa you should seek help as there are significant negative consequences associated with denials and bad information on your record.
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