A few months ago, I was convicted and fined nominally for indecent exposure in my country of residence (different from my country of nationality and origin). From all that I have read online including cases involving the US BIA (Board of Immigration Appeals), I'm not sure if my particular case will qualify as a CIMT (crime of moral turpitude) and render me inadmissible. Short of testing this out by applying for a visa to check my admissibility, can anyone here shed light on this?
Second, and to complicate matters, a couple of years ago I got a B1/B2 visa (M type - multiple entry) valid for 10 years. In what way does the US ensure that people who developed (serious) criminal records after getting a visa like mine are kept out? If I try to enter the US on this visa, will there be a question asked (perhaps on a disembarkation form - I forget what documents exactly are involved if you already have a visa) about past convictions - which I'm intending to answer truthfully? Can the CBP officer in the US read my answer and deny me entry?
Essentially, I want to ascertain whether I'm still admissible to the US after my conviction. If I didn't have a B1/B2 visa, I would have applied for one to see whether I would be allowed in. However, having the visa already doesn't leave me that option. What options do I have to ascertain this now without the risk of being denied entry when I arrive in the US?