You need to consult with an immigration attorney, but it sounds like the charges were dropped. Without knowing all the details in the case, however, it is really hard to tell what the impact on your application would be. It is likely that it would have none, because of the decision not to prosecute; however, depending on the circumstances, an adjudicator could determine that you have not shown yourself to be a person of good moral character for the five...
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer What he needs, in my opinion, is a letter from a doctor, preferably a specialist in the field of autism, to the effect that the previous diagnosis was erroneous, and hopefully explaining why.
Robert Jason De Groot's answer You asked this question many years ago. Military lawyers do not answer questions here as far as I know. When you have legal questions it is always best to go see an attorney who handles those types of matters.
Robert Jason De Groot's answer The internet is not a good place to get specifically tailored legal advice, which is what you need, an opinion based upon the facts, which you did not provide, and the law. Research has to be done knowing the facts.
Robert Jason De Groot's answer Military law lawyers rarely answer questions here. You need to go see one with all of the facts and transcripts for an evaluation as to whether anything at all can be done.
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