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Dozens become American citizens in Bridgeport

Dozens of immigrants became American citizens at a naturalization ceremony in Bridgeport Friday. The new citizens came together at Klein Memorial Auditorium to officially become Americans. Immigration

News 12 Staff

Dec 12, 2015, 3:01 AM

Updated 3,139 days ago

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Dozens of immigrants became American citizens at a naturalization ceremony in Bridgeport Friday.
The new citizens came together at Klein Memorial Auditorium to officially become Americans.
Immigration officials say that anyone applying for citizenship must be a permanent US resident, pass a civics and American history test and be able to fluently read, write and speak in English.
The Department of Homeland Security says about 9,000 attain citizenship in Connecticut each year.


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