A DUI does not mean that you have a lack of good moral character. I would advise you to consult with an attorney in preparing and filing a naturalization application. So long as it has been adjudicated, you are not on probation at this time, and you do not have a drinking problem, then you should be able to naturalize. Best.Ask a similar question
Good moral character for Naturalization counts 5 years from the conviction or from when probation is over if placed on probation.
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A DUI conviction in of itself is evidence of not having good moral character. It is best to consult an attorney.
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DUI/DWI is normally considered a crime of "moral turpitude." As my colleagues suggest, it is best to consult with an Immigration Law attorney who you can familiarize with the unique facts of your case. He or she can advise you on how to proceed.Ask a similar question