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Celebrating Independence Day with Naturalization Ceremonies

Release Date: June 29, 2015

On July 4, we celebrate Independence Day – the day the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence in 1776.

Each year, USCIS celebrates this holiday with a week of special naturalization ceremonies across the country. This year, we will welcome more than 4,000 new citizens in over 50 Independence Day-themed naturalization ceremonies between July 1 and 4. A list of highlighted ceremonies is below.

We encourage you to share your ceremony experiences and photos via Twitter and other social media, using the hashtag #newUScitizen. You can also follow @USCIS on Twitter and Facebook.com/USCIS. 

Date City, State Location
Jul. 1, 2015 East Providence, Rhode Island Weaver Public Library
Jul. 1, 2015 San Diego, California USS Midway Museum
Jul. 1, 2015  Tampa, Florida Hillsborough Community College
Jul. 1, 2015 Chicago, Illinois Harold Washington Library
Jul. 1, 2015 Miami Gardens, Florida North Dade Library
Jul. 1, 2015 Brownsville, Texas Federal Courthouse
Jul. 2, 2015 Los Angeles, California Los Angeles County Field Office
Jul. 2, 2015 Pacific Grove, California Asilomar Conference Grounds
Jul. 2, 2015 Indianapolis, Indiana U.S. District Court at President Harrison Home
Jul. 2, 2015 Miami, Florida Tower Theater
Jul. 2, 2015 Denver, Colorado Denver City Council Chambers
Jul. 2, 2015 Farmington, Pennsylvania Fort Necessity
Jul. 2, 2015 New York, New York New York Public Library
Jul. 2, 2015 St. Louis, Missouri Old Custom Courthouse
Jul. 2, 2015 Pawtucket, Rhode Island McCoy Baseball Stadium
Jul. 2, 2015 Greeley, Colorado Centennial Village
Jul. 2, 2015 Harlingen, Texas Harlingen Field Office
Jul. 2, 2015 Bryan, Texas Brazos County Admin Office
Jul. 2, 2015 Nashville, Tennessee First Tennessee Park
Jul. 3, 2015 Phoenix, Arizona South Mountain Community College
Jul. 3, 2015 New Orleans, Louisiana National World War II Museum
Jul. 3, 2015 Orem, Utah Scera Park (part of Freedom Festival)
Jul. 3, 2015 Southport, North Carolina Fort Johnston, Garrison House
Jul. 3, 2015 Hammond, Indiana Wolf Lake Park
Jul. 3, 2015 Des Moines, Iowa Iowa Cubs Principal Park
Jul. 3, 2015 Los Alamos, New Mexico New Mexico Veterans Memorial
Jul. 4, 2015 Charlottesville, Virginia Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello
Jul. 4, 2015 Baltimore, Maryland Washington Monument at Mount Vernon Place
Jul. 4, 2015 Tucson, Arizona Saguaro National Park West
Jul. 4, 2015 Portsmouth, New Hampshire Strawbery Banke Museum
Jul. 4, 2015 Concord, Massachusetts Minuteman National Park
Jul. 4, 2015 Annapolis, Maryland William Paca House
Jul. 4, 2015 Albuquerque, New Mexico Bandelier National Monument
Jul. 4, 2015 Kinston, North Carolina Memorial Hall
Jul. 4, 2015 Plymouth, Vermont Calvin Coolidge Homestead
Jul. 4, 2015 Stillwater, New York Saratoga National Historical Park
Jul. 4, 2015 Camden, New Jersey Battleship New Jersey
Jul. 4, 2015 Dunwoody, Georgia Dunwoody Village
Jul. 4, 2015 Mumford, New York Genese County Village and Museum
Jul. 4, 2015 Sturbridge, Massachusetts Old Sturbridge Village
Jul. 4, 2015 Northampton, Massachusetts U.S. District Court
Jul. 4, 2015 Mount Vernon, Virginia George Washington’s Mount Vernon
Jul. 4, 2015 Port Clinton, Ohio South Bass Island, Put-In-Bay
Jul. 4, 2015 Archbold, Ohio Sauder Village
Jul. 4, 2015 Seattle, Washington Seattle Center
Jul. 4, 2015 Raleigh, North Carolina State Capitol Building
Jul. 4, 2015 Albany, New York Supreme Court of the State of New York
Jul. 4, 2015 Kissimmee, Florida Give Kids the World Village
Jul. 4, 2015 Mesa, Arizona Mesa Convention Center
Jul. 4, 2015 Cape Girardeau, Missouri Rush H. Limbaugh, Sr. Courthouse

Last Reviewed/Updated: 07/01/2015

Source: uscis

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