Well, the problem is that you will have to disclose it and submit certified copies of the police report and court disposition and let U.S. immigration determine if it makes you inadmissible. If it does not, then you do not need a waiver or anything else to be able to get the visa. If it does make you inadmissible, then there is a waiver available, the
212(d)(3) waiver which can either be done by the immigration officer at the interview or after just on their computer (take a look at this link):
or on form I-192 which can be found at www.uscis.gov/forms. You can find more information here:
As to whether or not your company will fire you because of this, that I cannot say. If you failed to disclose to them when you should have, they probably would. If you were not required to disclose, they shouldn't since it was a long time ago and you were a minor, but I cannot say for certain what they would do. They may keep you on, but they just may not transfer you anymore to the U.S.
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