USCIS to Naturalize 58 New Citizens During Independence Day Celebrations at R.I. Libraries, PPL on July 2

Citizenship candidates to take Oath at public libraries and historic landmarks around the country

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)  will administer the Oath of Allegiance to America’s newest citizens during special naturalization ceremonies taking place at several R.I. public Libraries June 30, July 1 and July 2.  The naturalization ceremonies are in honor of Independence Day and will be held at the Barrington, Pawtucket and Providence Public Libraries.

USCIS partnered with the Rhode Island Family Literacy Initiative (RIFLI), and the Rhode Island Citizenship Consortium (RICC) who help to arrange these special ceremonies. 

Mon. June 30:

On Monday June 30 at 10:00 a.m., 19 new U.S. Citizens will be sworn in at the Barrington Public Library.  The candidates originate from the following countries:  Brazil, Burma, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Jamaica, Liberia, Mexico, Portugal and Thailand. 

Tues. July 1:

On Tuesday July 1 at 10:00 am, 19 new U.S. citizens will be sworn in at the Pawtucket Public Library.  The candidates originate from the following countries: Cape Verde, Colombia, Dominican Republic, France, Guatemala, Guinea, Honduras, Portugal, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Venezuela.

Wed. July 2:

On Wed. July 2 at 10:00 a.m., 20 new U.S. citizens will be sworn in at the Providence Public Library.  The candidates originate from the following countries:  Bolivia, Cambodia, Cape Verde, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Haiti, Iraq, Jamaica, Peru, Portugal and Senegal.

To view a list of 2014 Independence Day naturalization ceremonies, visit www.uscis.gov/news.

New to its Independence Day celebration this year, USCIS is asking new citizens and their families and friends to share the experience and photos at their ceremonies via Twitter using the hashtag #newUScitizen.

 
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