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USCIS Celebrates Flag Day 2012 with Special Naturalization Ceremonies

Release Date: June 08, 2012

USCIS celebrates the 235th anniversary of the adoption of the official national symbol—the Stars and Stripes—by welcoming thousands of new citizens in special naturalization ceremonies across the nation. 

Flag Day celebrations run June 8-22 and include events in towns from Alaska to Maine.

 

Date

City, State

Location

6/8/2012

New York, NY

New York City Field Office

6/14/2012

Philadelphia, PA

US District Court, Eastern District of PA

6/14/2012 

 Mystic, CT

Mystic Seaport

6/14/2012

Buffalo, NY

The Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society

6/14/2012

Las Vegas, NV

US District Court

6/14/2012

Irving, TX

Dallas Field Office

6/14/2012

Baltimore, MD

Maryland Historical Society Museum

6/14/2012

 St. Louis, MO

Jefferson National Expansion Memorial - Old Courthouse

6/14/2012

Chicago, IL

UNO Veterans Memorial Campus

6/14/2012

Santé Fe, NM

New Mexico History Museum

6/14/2012

Cleveland, OH

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

6/14/2012

Providence, RI

Roger Williams National Memorial Park

6/14/2012

Philadelphia, PA

Betsy Ross Flag and Memorial House

6/14/2012

Keystone, SD

Mt. Rushmore National Monument

6/14/2012

Tampa, FL

Tampa Field Office

6/14/2012

 Oakland Park, FL

Oakland Park Field Office

6/14/2012

Williamsburg, VA

Colonial Capitol of Virginia

6/14/2012

Fresno, CA

Fresno Convention Center

6/14/2012

Yakima, WA

US District Court

6/15/2012

Lewiston, ME

Lewiston Middle School

6/19/2012

Bloomington, MN

Bloomington Kennedy High School

6/22/2012

Dutch Harbor, AK

Unalaska/Dutch Harbor

 

Last Reviewed/Updated: 06/08/2012