Naturalization Ceremony Held onboard FLEACT, Yokosuka

Twenty new United States citizens take the Oath of Allegiance at a Naturalization Ceremony held onboard Fleet Activities, Yokosuka, Jan. 23.  For seven Sailors, one Marine and 12 family members, this ceremony marked the completion of a months or years long process of becoming an American citizen.  The new citizens – originally from nine different countries spread across four continents - celebrated the day with numerous family members, friends, and fellow Sailors and Marines from their commands. Photo by Young Cho, United States Citizenship and Immigration Service

Twenty new United States citizens take the Oath of Allegiance at a Naturalization Ceremony held onboard Fleet Activities, Yokosuka, Jan. 23. For seven Sailors, one Marine and 12 family members, this ceremony marked the completion of a months or years long process of becoming an American citizen. The new citizens – originally from nine different countries spread across four continents – celebrated the day with numerous family members, friends, and fellow Sailors and Marines from their commands.
Photo by Young Cho, United States Citizenship and Immigration Service

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