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Tomorrow: 50 people from 28 countries become American citizens at Naturalization Ceremony - 04/10/19

Media Alert: GREAT VISUALS

Get video and photos of Thursday's Naturalization Ceremony in Hillsboro where 50 individuals from 28 countries will take the oath and become American citizens.

  • Staff can help facilitate interviews.
  • This is the second Naturalization Ceremony hosted by the Hillsboro Public Library. The first was in February 2016.
  • The word “Welcome” is translated into 11 languages and colorfully displayed across the front entrance of Brookwood Library.
  • Storytime programs are offered in 8 languages throughout the year.
  • Hillsboro Public Library’s Mission is "For Everyone".
     

WHO:     Anya Ronshaugen, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Section Chief
                Steve Callaway, Mayor, City of Hillsboro
                Special Guests

WHEN:    Thursday, April 11, starts at 11:00 am

WHERE:  Brookwood Library (Event Room), 2850 NE Brookwood Parkway, Hillsboro


Here is the list of countries reflected in tomorrow's ceremony: Australia, Belize, Cambodia, Canada, China, Cuba, El Salvador, Germany, Ghana, India, Iran, Iraq, Jamaica, Lebanon, Mexico, Nepal, Philippines, Poland, Romania, Russia, Somalia, South Korea, Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunesia, Turkey, Ukraine, and Vietnam.

Learn more about the Hillsboro Public Library at Hillsboro-Oregon.gov/Library

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