No, this would still be seen as a conviction
in the eyes of USCIS, I am afraid.
Under US Immigration and Nationality Act 212, this is a pretty heavy offense - see here
Therefore, one may be potentially barred from USA at this point due to it. Therefore, it is best to also send in an I-192 along with any application. See here
. This waiver would allow someone to ask for permission to enter on a temporary visa even with such a criminal conviction.
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