DUI per say may not be the problem. However it someone was hurt, it is a repetitive offense or he is an addict, it will come in the way of naturalization. Best approach is to have the conviction reviewed by an experienced attorney and seek his guidance towards filing.
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Only if he is no longer under probation. Those DUI probations can be as long as 5 years.
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I agree with my colleague. The effects of the DUI and related VOP are subject to his current status, what paperwork has been filed, etc. I suggest you speak with an experienced immigration attorney as quickly as you can.
Please ask your question again in a way, which would make us understand the connection between your husband DUI and your citizenship application.
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