29 Active Duty Sailors Awarded Citizenship
Twenty-nine active-duty sailors took the Oath of Allegiance and became America's newest U.S. Citizens during a special ceremony aboard the USS Kitty Hawk on Friday, August 19, 2005. Because of changes to the law governing U.S. citizenship, USCIS can now hold naturalizations ceremonies overseas for US military service members. Since October 1, 2004, USCIS has naturalized more than 700 Soldiers, Airmen, Sailors and Marines. For the entire press release, see here.
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