Great- so I can travel freely under my existing visa?
Yes.Do I need to declare the new conviction?
No.Or only if asked at entry- and if so will they refuse me entry then?
They should not ask you at entry. Seperately, as its not a crime of moral turpitude, does that make a difference?
This is hard to say. The doctrine of moral turpitude is very case by case basis - see here
or may not be. However, for the purposes of this trip, since one's record will not be reviewed since a visa is already in place, this is NOT an issue.
Only for future visas can this become an issue. One will know in one of two ways:
1) Apply for a VWP via the online ESTA service and be denied; or
2) Apply for a B2 and be denied.
If so, an I-192 waiver would be required for process of a visa.
But again, this is for later. For now, one's visa is valid until 2019. So in theory, this should not be an issue until 2019.
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