My son is 15, he was referred to the Children's reporter, he wasn't arrested or cautioned as far as we're aware. We were subsequently visited by a social worker who has recommended "no further action" to the children's reporter.
We were advised that the interview would show up on the enhanced disclosure check that takes place on entry to the US as part of the ESTA program. We were then advised to submit for an APOC check verify this. What would the situation be if he had been charged?
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Hello - I asked a follow up question. What would the situation be if my son had been charged or cautioned for
j/95i offence, possession of drugs: Misuse Drugs 1971 S5(2) Possess Controlled Drug class B? Thanks
If he was cautioned or charged under j/95i offence, possession of drugs: Misuse Drugs 1971 S5(2) Possess Controlled Drug class B then, the ACPO certificate would show that but it wouldn't automatically prevent him from being granted a visa. Is this something that would be reviewed case by case?