Immigrants Become US Citizens at Inspiring Ceremony in New York


A new group of American citizens was welcomed by Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The daughter of a father who was a Russian immigrant, Ginsburg, age 85, administered the oath of allegiance to the newly minted American citizens arriving from close to 60 countries. She inspired all 201 of them by talking about her own family’s experiences as a “testament to our nation’s promise.” To make a living in the US a dream come true for you and your family, contact USAFIS for immigration information. They can make sure you file your application for the Green Card Lottery correctly.


Ginsburg spoke to those gathered for the citizenship ceremony saying, “Today, you join more than 20 million current citizens who were born in other lands, who chose as you have to make the United States of America their home.” She let them know the United States is made strong by people like them, traveling long distances, overcoming enormous obstacles, and making tremendous sacrifices. She told the group about her own family’s immigration to America. Mr. Ginsburg arrived from Russia when he was 13 years old, had no fortune and didn’t speak English. Her mother was born four months after the family arrived at Ellis Island from Poland. She encouraged the new American citizens to use their right to vote. Many Green Card Lottery applications are rejected due to errors in the application. USAFIS can make sure you fill out the application correctly before submitting it to the Green Card Lottery. It will hurry the process along.

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