Creative Contest Winners Participate in USCIS Naturalization Ceremony
Northern California Students "Celebrate America"
Published on Fri, Aug 13, 2010
Every year hundreds of fifth grade students in Northern California participate in the American Immigration Council's "Celebrate America" Creative Writing Contest. On August 19 the top winners of the local contest in San Francisco, which is sponsored by the local chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association will speak at a naturalization ceremony. Two of the people being sworn in are parents of one of the contest winners.
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