In 10 years, I had 3 DUI charges; two in CA and one in another state. The last one was in 2009. From 2005-2007, I served US Army for nearly 2 years and was discharged with General Discharge with Honorable Condition, which is one step below Honorable Discharge. After the end of probation, can I get US Citizenship? I should have gotten it during my service, but things were crazy at that time. Please advise me.
This is better addressed to an immigration attorney.
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Thank you for your service. You should retain a lawyer where you live as they will know the local policies regarding a DUI and Natz. You would think if they balance the good and bad , you would be eligible. ICheck with a local attorney, i know many good one are on this forum
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My colleagues are correct.
Law Office of Luis A. Guerra (954) 434-5800. This answer is of a general nature and should not be relied upon as final, nor is it intended as legal advice.
Unfortunately, since you were not honorably discharged from your
military service you cannot apply for naturalization under the military
service provisions. You do not mention if you are a permanent resident
and for how long, but depending on the answer to this and other
questions (including when you complete you probation) you may be
eligible for naturalization. Consult with an experienced immigration
attorney who can review your case and advise you as to your eligibility
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