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54 new U.S. citizens sworn in on 4th of July

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54 immigrants were sworn in as U.S. citizens on Monday. The group represented 27 countries, from Ethiopia, to Japan to Moldova. The process to become an American is extremely long and takes a lot of time and commitment. Some said that Monday was the most important day of their lives.
3 months ago·Northampton, United States

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54 new U.S. citizens sworn in on 4th of July

NORTHAMPTON, Mass. (WWLP) - July 4th is a day for all Americans, and on Monday a group of newly sworn-in citizens are joining the celebration.On our countries 246th birthday, hundreds gathered to watch 54 immigrants get sworn in as U.S. citizens. Star Spangled Springfield fireworks show to illuminate the night Boy Scout Troop 504 kicked off the event by bringing in the American and Massachusetts state flag. Some said that Monday was the most…

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25 new U.S. citizens sworn in on July 4 in Tucson

Twenty-five people from 20 different countries were sworn in as new United States citizens on Monday, July 4. They took their oaths as they gathered with their loved ones at Saguaro National Park for a naturalization ceremony.

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