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What was the conviction for and what sentence did she receive?
IN the grand scheme of things those are not particularly serious charges at all. You are asked of your previous convictions on the immigration form (VAF4) and to not disclose them could potentially prejudice your application much more than there reaction to the actual charges. They may take the view that iof you were to be dishonest about these minor charges, what else could you be dishonest about.
Disclose the convictions, they are unlikely to prejudice the application in view of the sentence and her good behaviour since. If they do you will be able to appeal and get a firer hearing in front of an immigration judge who knows the law inside out rather than an immigration official at the UKBA. You would argue your Article 8 Right to a Family and Private life under the HUman Rights Act.
She will probably be fine on the basis of the information you have provided me with.
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