So i passed my citizenship test today 100% but at the interview the immigration officer asked me if i had any criminal convictions but they are all considered "spent convictions" as they were all from 20 years ago and under australias own laws they are considered spent. Now if i was considered to maybe be a troublemaker in the 1st place they shouldnt have let me into the country at all right? I came here on a PMV 5 years ago...then applied for an 820...that got approved...then the 801...now i got to the testing stage and now they are asking me about this stuff that happened 20 years ago. They know more about me than my mom and dad do...and just curious if anyone knows anything about spent convictions and if they can use that to deny my citizenship. I feel like if they did i would definitely appeal their decision to the tribunal which hey...in their own laws they say "noone is above the law" and the law clearly states all my childhood convictions are considered spent...i mean 20 years its been...im a completely different person. Ive bought a home here, have a family with my son being and Australian....if they werent gonna allow me to come this far why let me get this far to begin with right?