You can not be eligible for citizenship while on probation for your DUIs.
Those DUIs do not, however, render you deportable.
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Have an immigration lawyer review your criminal files.
Most likely you'll have to wait an additional 5 years before you're eligible to file for citizenship.
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You cannot naturalize while you are on probation.
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You need to consult with an immigration attorney who will review your criminal file. That being said, one cannot naturalize while still on probation. Additionally, provided what you mention, you will in most likelihood need to wait an additional five (5) years before you file for naturalization.
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