Celebrating Presidents Day with Naturalization Ceremonies

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Celebrating On February 20, we celebrate Presidents Day to honor the birth of our nation’s first president, George Washington, and all presidents who have led this country.

Each year, USCIS marks this holiday with naturalization ceremonies across the country. This year, we will welcome more than 25,000 new citizens in 162 naturalization ceremonies between February 14 and 22. A list of highlighted ceremonies is below.

We encourage you to share your experiences and photos from naturalization ceremonies through Twitter and other social media, using the hashtag #newUScitizen. You can also follow @USCIS on Twitter, facebook.com/uscis and @uscis on Instagram.


DateLocationCity, State
February 14, 2017Oregon State CapitalSalem, Oregon
February 14, 2017History Colorado CenterDenver , Colorado
February 15, 2017Los Angeles Convention CenterLos Angeles, California
February 15, 2017Brentwood Community CenterBrentwood, California
February 15, 2017Los Angeles Convention CenterLos Angeles, California
February 16, 2017USCIS West Palm Beach Field OfficeWest Palm Beach, Florida
February 16, 2017USCIS Chicago Field OfficeChicago, Illinois
February 17, 2017Lilburn Branch LibraryLilburn, Georgia
February 17, 2017Iwo Jima Memorial MonumentHarlingen, Texas
February 17, 2017Beaverton City LibraryBeaverton, Oregon
February 20, 2017Chicago City Hall Council ChambersChicago, Illinois
February 21, 2017Theodore Roosevelt Memorial SiteBuffalo, New York
February 21, 2017Maidu Community Center LibraryRoseville, California
February 21, 2017USCIS Fort Myers Field OfficeFort Myers, Florida
February 21, 2017Washington Crossing Historic ParkWashington Crossing, Pennsylvania
February 21, 2017Meeker Middle SchoolTacoma, Washington
February 22, 2017USCIS Newark Field OfficeNewark, New Jersey
February 22, 2017USCIS Chicago Field OfficeChicago, Illinois
February 22, 2017Edmunds Middle SchoolBurlington, Vermont
February 22, 2017George Washington's Mount VernonMount Vernon, Virginia


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