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Red, White, and Blue: Third Annual Naturalization Ceremony at the DMA

This week we hosted our third annual naturalization ceremony. We welcomed 50 new American citizens from 21 countries—from Bangladesh to Zambia—on Monday, including one of the DMA’s own employees, Asheber Shoamanal. 42 more words

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How Immigrants can Pursue a Legal Name Change

I recently heard one of our citizenship clients was asking if he could legally change his name at his citizenship interview. This didn’t surprise me too much since I have had many clients opt to change their names during the naturalization process and if that is what they want, it is an ideal time to do it. 861 more words

Enjoying the Fruits of Our Labor

I recently attended the annual citizenship ceremony held at Cortland’s Supreme Court and witnessed several of our clients, including Yang Chu (pictured left), take the oath of allegiance.   803 more words

50 Immigrants Take Oath To Become U.S. Citizens

DENVER (CBS4)– Fifty immigrants in Colorado took their oath of allegiance to become U.S. citizens on Wednesday.

The naturalization ceremony at the History Colorado Center brought together people from over 27 countries. 201 more words



Yesterday was a happy day. I conducted a naturalization ceremony in the special proceedings (big) courtroom in Lincoln. The place was packed with all types of people including little kids who ran around having the time of their lives. 865 more words

Celebrating Citizenship with Tatiana Phan-Lung Keith, @TeacherReady Field Placement Instructor

We celebrate successes every day; today, we celebrate with our TeacherReady colleague, Tatiana who is from Peru, and who was one of sixty-eight people from more than 30 different countries becoming a U.S. 618 more words

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63 New U.S. Citizens Sworn in at Naturalization Ceremony in Des Moines

DES MOINES, Iowa – As the “melting pot” metaphor for citizens in the U.S. suggests, 63 new U.S citizens from all over the world took the Oath of Allegiance at the Simon Estes Ampitheater downtown Tuesday. 172 more words