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Published: 6/10/2013


28 become U.S. citizens

Twenty-eight people became United States citizens during a naturalization ceremony Monday, June 10, 2013, at the U.S. District Court in Toledo. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

From left, Leo Aranas Escobedo of Wapakoneta, originally from the Philippines, Tahrima Ferdous of Toledo, originally from Bangladesh, and Bashar Salameh Yousef Gammoh of Toledo, originally from Jordan, take the oath of citizenship during a naturalization ceremony in U.S. District Court in Toledo. Enlarge | Buy This Photo From left, Leo Aranas Escobedo of Wapakoneta, originally from the Philippines, Tahrima Ferdous of Toledo, originally from Bangladesh, and Bashar ...
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Liang Wu of Toledo, originally from People's Republic of China, left, and Mai Youa Yang of Toledo, originally from Laos, take the oath of citizenship. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Liang Wu of Toledo, originally from People's Republic of China, left, and Mai Youa Yang of Toledo, originally from Laos,...
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Yar Kiepeeh Davay of Toledo, originally from Liberia, gets her certificate of citizenship from Judge David Katz during a naturalization ceremony in U.S. District Court in Toledo. She and 27 other people became U.S. citizens Monday. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Yar Kiepeeh Davay of Toledo, originally from Liberia, gets her certificate of citizenship from Judge David Katz during a naturalization ...
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Houda Husamuldeen Albakri, left, and her brother Omar Albakri, both of Sylvania Township, originally from Iraq, wave to family after becoming U.S. citizens during a naturalization ceremony. Their mother, Elham Hasan Salami also became a citizen. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Houda Husamuldeen Albakri, left, and her brother Omar Albakri, both of Sylvania Township, originally from Iraq, wave to family after ...
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Judge David Katz talks with Elham Hasan Salami, left, and her children, Houda Husamuldeen Albakri, second from left, and Omar Albakri, right, after they became U.S. citizens. The family who lives in Sylvania Township is originally from Iraq. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Judge David Katz talks with Elham Hasan Salami, left, and her children, Houda Husamuldeen Albakri, second from left, and Omar ...
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