How do you know that disorderly conduct does not make you inadmissible? It is true that it is not a crime under criminal law, but NY conviction of disorderly conduct equals to a misdemeanor under Federal law. I suggest you consult with an attorney in private. Check this out: http://www.uscis.gov/err/M1%20-%20Application%20for%20Temporary%20Protective%20Status/Decisions_Issued_in_2008/Apr022008_28M1244.pdf
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If your case is closed (meaning you did not receive a Conditional Discharge) it should be sealed and not cause you a problem. If the case is still open and unsealed in theory you could be denied re-entry.... it's up to the Immigration officer. Make sure you bring a Certificate of Disposition with you.
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It will definitely be something that affects anything you do with immigration. You will need an original final disposition. You should speak with an immigration attorney.
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