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National Immigration Forum Sep 17
This , more and more legal permanent residents are waiting in limbo as their naturalization applications are processed while the backlog grows. Congress and the administration need to work together to unclog the naturalization backlog.
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Miami-Dade County Sep 17
It's ! If you're thinking about applying for naturalization, learn more at .
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NY Public Library Sep 17
Today is or , a holiday that recognizes the adoption of the United States Constitution and those who have become U.S. citizens. Check out this list of citizenship programs happening at your local library.
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Miami Dade Schools Sep 17
Celebrate by registering to vote and getting involved in your local community.
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London Breed Sep 17
San Francisco is committed to supporting our immigrant communities. This , learn more about the SF Pathways to Citizenship Initiative, which has helped more than 8,000 new citizens and trained over 2,000 volunteers.
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Dave Reichert Sep 17
in 1787, our founding fathers signed the Constitution, establishing the framework for our country. This living document continues to guide our nation. Also Happy to those who are working to become US citizens.
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Planned Parenthood Action Sep 17
Happy ! Immigrants are becoming US citizens to VOTE & protect themselves and their families. Register to vote today:
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Gabe #DreamActNow Ortíz 17h
Thousands of immigrants were naturalized for last week. In LA, eight-year-old Joaquin and about 50 other children were sworn in as US citizens.
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Planned Parenthood Sep 17
Today is or , a holiday that recognizes the adoption of the US Constitution + those who have become US citizens. Happy to all who, by birth, naturalization or derivation have become U.S. citizens and make our country stronger.
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Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Sep 17
As a proud naturalized citizen, I am reminded of the renewed energy and hope new Americans bring to our shining beacon of democracy.
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Rep. Jimmy Gomez Sep 17
On this , is facing UNPRECEDENTED citizenship application backlogs. We must ensure isn't turning the agency into a "second wall" to block immigrants from becoming citizens. Grateful to work w/ & to sound the alarm.
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Renee Hoyos Sep 17
Today is and ! The Constitution was signed in Philadelphia today in 1787. Today also celebrates those who have become US citizens. Why not celebrate your citizenship by registering to vote or checking your registration?
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National Trails IMR Sep 17
The 1st Mexicans to become Americans didn't cross a border; the border crossed them. 200k people lived in today's CA, TX, and NM when the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo ended the Mexican-American war in 1848. Instantly, they all became US citizens.
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Mayor Eric Garcetti Sep 17
It’s , a time when we reflect on the responsibilities of citizenship & celebrate new Americans. L.A. is proud to provide resources & support for Angelenos throughout the citizenship process. Find a New Americans Center at :
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YellowstoneNPS Sep 18
Yesterday 46 people from 45 countries took the Oath of Citizenship in Yellowstone: what an incredible way to celebrate . Congrats to our newest United States citizens!
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HireHer Sep 17
Let’s be sure all women & minorities get the full benefit of a “more perfect” union by ensuring ALL of their rights and privileges. Ever wonder where the term “white privilege” comes from? We do. Let’s abide by the constitution for ALL.
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NYC ImmigrantAffairs Sep 17
It's ! We’re providing info about the City’s services for applying for citizenship on . Our NYCitizenship program offers free legal help & financial counseling to immigrant NYers. Call 311 & say “citizenship help” to learn more!
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CHCI Sep 17
Today, we commemorate the vision of democracy led by our founding fathers and we welcome new citizens on the journey to creating a better and stronger America for generations to come.
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Mayor Francis Suarez Sep 17
Thrilled to join Congresswoman , Rep. , Commissioner , and to celebrate . As a diverse city, we are committed to supporting immigrants and their contributions to our community. Thank you for hosting us!
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DISA Sep 17
It's and ! Today we commemorate the signing of the Constitution on September 17, 1787, and recognize all who have become U.S. citizens.️
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