No. A civil court matter is not usually a criminal one unless you committed fraud on the credit application and have yet to be arrested.
You have any questions or concerns, then I strongly recommend an appointment with a competent and experienced immigration attorney. You will want an attorney who can take the time to ask enough questions to answer all your concerns. Good luck.
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Generally speaking, civil actions resulting in, for example, money judgments or bankruptcy do not effect one's ability to show good moral character which is a requirement in order to naturalize. I agree with Mr. Dixler that if you have specific concerns you should schedule a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney who can review your case and and concerns so that you are on the path to success.
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You are fine.
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