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ACD and Visa Application

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Dear Forum, grateful for your advice on the following question:

About 5 years ago I received an Agreed Conditional Discharge for a minor offence whilst I was a student. I haveobtained the Certificate of Disposition and proof that no charges were made. Can someone please offer me advice on how I should explain the event that lead to my ACD and the format and level of detail required.

Many thanks

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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If no charge was ever filed, then you have a clean record and USCIS doesn't care about it.

But in Part 3 of the form, it states " Have you ever been arrested, cited, charged, indicted, fined, or imprisoned for breaking any law or ordinance".

I was arrested and therefore I have to state "Yes" do I not. In which case I would need to explain the answer....?

thoughts?

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