You do not get to accrue unlawful presence until after you are 18 years of age. Therefore, provided that you left the US before that time, you did not accrue any unlawful presence, and should be able to obtain a visitor's visa. Consult with experienced immigration lawyer about requirements for a visitor's visa, if needed.
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Depends on the consulate and your skills to convince the officer that you would return with no overstay this time plus supporting documentation of country ties. In my opinion, on the description you have provided upu stand very little chance.
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Both prior counsel have given you good guidance. Minor's should not have the ULP penalty attached but a consular officer can deny in their discretion based on past transgressions.