Holding that the imposition of $100 in court costs, assessed attendant to a prayer for judgment continued under North Carolina law, does not qualify as penalty or punishment to constitute a “conviction” within the meaning of the Immigration and Naturalization Act under 8 U.S.C. § 1101(a)(48)(A). The Court therefore held that, because the offense in question did not constitute a conviction under immigration law, it did not statutorily bar the Petitioner from cancellation of removal for nonpermanent residents.