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Published: 3/26/2014 - Updated: 6 months ago


March naturalization ceremony

The naturalization ceremony at Central Catholic High School on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE AND START SLIDESHOW.

Aashna Lalla, 3, holds the flag and watches her father Anish Lalla, not pictured, originally from India, become a US citizen. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Aashna Lalla, 3, holds the flag and watches her father Anish Lalla, not pictured, originally from India, become a US citizen.
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Central Catholic High School students applaud the new citizens. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Central Catholic High School students applaud the new citizens.
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Central Catholic High School students cheer for the new citizens. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Central Catholic High School students cheer for the new citizens.
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Luis Fernando Villafuerte Reyna, left, originally from Mexico, accepts a card from Debby Dushane, right, from Daughters of the Revolution. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Luis Fernando Villafuerte Reyna, left, originally from Mexico, accepts a card from Debby Dushane, right, from Daughters of the Revolution....
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Judge Jack Zouhary, left, and Tomori Olaniran, right, who is originally from Nigeria, celebrate her becoming a US citizen. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Judge Jack Zouhary, left, and Tomori Olaniran, right, who is originally from Nigeria, celebrate her becoming a US citizen.
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Arlene Selario Gay, left, raises her arms in jubilation with Judge Jack Zouhary, right, after becoming a US citizen. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Arlene Selario Gay, left, raises her arms in jubilation with Judge Jack Zouhary, right, after becoming a US citizen.
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Maria Victoria Caro, left, and her husband Jorge Mario Upegui Betancur, right, originally from Colombia, raise their arms in celebration of both becoming US citizens. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Maria Victoria Caro, left, and her husband Jorge Mario Upegui Betancur, right, originally from Colombia, raise their arms in celebration ...
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