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'America Is Already My Home': New U.S. Citizens Welcomed After Naturalization Ceremony

By Shawn Chitnis

DENVER (CBS4) – More than two dozen candidates for U.S. citizenship from 18 different countries participated in a naturalization ceremony Thursday inside Denver’s City Council chambers. 717 more words


New U.S. Citizens Welcomed During Independence Day Ceremony

GREELEY, Colo. (CBS4)– A total of 30 people in Greeley were welcomed as new U.S. citizens during an Independence Day ceremony on Tuesday.

In the naturalization ceremony, the Greeley Tribune says immigrants from 16 countries heard speeches from a handful of state Representatives and Senators as they took their final step to become a U.S. 21 more words


'You're All Americans Now': Naturalization Ceremony Takes Place On July 4

STURBRIDGE (CBS) — Old Sturbridge Village hosted 152 people who took the oath of citizenship Wednesday. They joined the 14,000 people nationwide that became citizens this week. 272 more words


June 22nd 2018 Naturalization Ceremony

Cincinnati SAR President Jack Bredenfoerder and Nolan Carson Memorial Color Guard Community Relations Adjutant Jerry Knight welcomed 68 new citizens at the June 22nd naturalization ceremony held at the Southern Ohio US District Courthouse. 6 more words

Naturalization Ceremony

Highlanders President Ken Carpenter honored at June 29th naturalization ceremony

Highlanders SAR President Ken Carpenter received a very special recognition at the June 29th naturalization ceremonies at the Potter Stewart US District Court on Friday, June 29th. 68 more words

Naturalization Ceremony

Americans who look like me

All that you touch
You Change.

All that you Change
Changes you.

The only lasting truth
is Change.

is Change.”

― Octavia E. Butler… 799 more words


27 People From 18 Countries Become US Citizens On Flag Day

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — It’s Flag Day and in Baltimore, there’s an annual celebration held to salute the stars and the stripes.

The ceremony has special meaning, a naturalization ceremony welcomed some new United States citizens. 214 more words