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Ok, keep in mind that no one has a "right" to a visa, it is a discretionary benefit. Also keep in mind that only U.S. Citizens have a "right" to enter and not even the U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident spouses of U.S. Citizens have such a right. With that in mind, you always have to understand that your entry into the U.S. is at the discretion of the U.S.
That being said, your crime is a very minor one. Especially if it is dismissed, it should not cause you to be prevented entry into the U.S. However, you should carry with you when you travel, certified copies of the police report and the court disposition to prove what happened and that it was dismissed. Your parents don't need to find out, but you should carry those documents with you to have the fastest and easiest time of entry into the U.S.
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