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The home office will consider whether the general grounds for refusal for criminal convictions apply to your offences.
Unfortunately. where a person has been convicted of or admitted an offence for which they have received a non-custodial sentence recorded on their criminal record within the preceding 12 months of the date of the application for a visa then they should “normally” refuse to grant entry clearance. However, it is technically discretionary.
A suspended sentence is to be treated as a non-custodial offence.
So, even if we disregard the prior offence which presumably will not be long before 12 months have passed then there is the current pending offence to consider.
If you receive a suspended sentence for the new offence then you would probably be rejected if you applied for a visa within 12 months of the date of conviction.
If you apply after this time then the home office will consider the application a bit more favourably. However, because you have two convictions I would certainly mitigate those convictions and explain how they came about and give full details of your rehabilitation and character references from person of authority who can speak to your good character.
In summary, assuming you receive a suspended sentence for this new offence I would not apply for a visa until 12 months have passed from conviction. After that, you are more likely to be accepted if you apply for a visa IF you disclose and mitigate the offence considerably. However it would still not be a certainty that your visa would be approved but you would have a reasonable chance.
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