All American Immigration | Tom Youngjohn
As always, it's just smart to get a second opinion. But technically, no, not in my opinion. Unless you bring it up, the examiner won't. Not in my experience. And, unless they have turned it into a charge of some white collar crime, like creditor fraud or theft or something, then it isn't going to asked about by the examiner and it is not asked about on the Form N-400. But it's like bankruptcy. I don't recommend people filing for bankruptcy before they are naturalized either because, basically, we don't know Whose children we are ripping off, as it were. But technically, no. You should be able to natz. Rip away, rip away.
Answer Applies to: Washington
Law Office of Immigration & International Trade Law | Linda Liang
Yes, the officer will and you will have to respond truthfully. If the convictions are about moral character, and they are within 5 years, you may be denied.
Answer Applies to: Florida