And I pay 25.00 a month but I owe 30,000. Can I become US citizen?
You need to ask an immigration attorney, or try several attorneys and get their advice. They will be able to address you questions a lot better.
First and foremost you must consult with an immigration attorney to make sure your conviction(s) do not pose a danger of deportation. Only after careful review of the prior conviction records you should consider applying for naturalization (citizenship).
You need to show that you're a person of good moral character. Your probabation while may have been completed few years ago, the fact that you still pay restitution tells me that you may still be subject to court enforcement and/or probation violation if you fail to keep up with the payments. As such, I think your naturalization application has a strong possibility of being denied at this time. Once you've placed at least 5 years between completion of your probation and your naturalization application date, your chances will significantly improve.
I very strongly suggest that you seek legal advice from an immigration attorney. There are several violations for which you could be deportable, I believe that a simple DUI alone is enough to have a negative impact on your ability to become a citizen.
The above is not intended as legal advice. The response does not constitute the creation of an attorney client relationship as this forum does not provide for a confidential communication.
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