USCIS Naturalizes 7000 New Citizens to Celebrate Independence Day Holiday
In typical American fashion, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services naturalized over 7000 new citizens at over 100 naturalization sites in commemoration of the nation’s 240th birthday.
The naturalization ceremony represents a new window being opened for these hopeful immigrants who have endured the entire citizenship process. America was built by immigrants to create a nation dedicated to freedom, and there is no better way to celebrate that freedom than to welcome these new citizens with extravagant fireworks.
During the naturalization process, applicants must answer several questions over the importance Independence Day such as “When do we celebrate Independence Day?” and “What did the Declaration of Independence do?” It must create an amazing memory to be able to truly understand the meaning of the Fourth of July right after having just become a citizen.
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