7/4/14: Last Friday, 10 people, each from different countries, took an oath of citizenship at the Ethan Allen Homestead Museum in Burlington. Candidates originated from Canada, United Kingdom, Haiti, Ireland, Brazil, Japan, Somalia, Poland, Ukraine and Sweden. Mayor Miro Weinberger welcomed the new citizens and Chief U.S. District Judge Christina Reiss administered the Oath of Allegiance.
Eva spoke to the new Americans and their families about what this day meant to them.
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