Try to take care of the issue prior to your interview. If at the time of the interview the case is still pending go to your interview with an experienced immigration attorney.
You do need to speak with an immigration attorney. It makes a difference how you address the matter from the start.
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I agree. Most USCIS office will not complete a case if there is a pending criminal matter
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