America's Great Outdoors
Is there a cooler place to become a United States citizen? Last week, Yosemite National Park hosted a special naturalization ceremony at Glacier Point. We welcomed 64 new naturalized United States citizens from countries including Thailand, India, England, and Mexico. Thanks to the Fresno Field Office of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services for conducting this event!Photo: National Park Service

Is there a cooler place to become a United States citizen? Last week, Yosemite National Park hosted a special naturalization ceremony at Glacier Point. We welcomed 64 new naturalized United States citizens from countries including Thailand, India, England, and Mexico. Thanks to the Fresno Field Office of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services for conducting this event!

Photo: National Park Service

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    !!! Can you imagine a more appropriate (or scenic) backdrop for becoming an American citizen?
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