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More than 50 new US citizens sworn in at Rome naturalization ceremony

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About 50 people from more than 15 different nations were sworn in as U.S. citizens during a naturalization ceremony in Rome on Friday.

More than 50 people from 16 different nations were sworn in as new citizens on Friday during a naturalization ceremony at Fort Stanwix National Monument in Rome.

Judge David Hurd presided over the ceremony as he has done more than 100 times before.

Rome naturalization ceremony

The new citizens were surrounded by family members and other local officials who welcomed them to the community.

People from countries including Mexico, Burma, Sudan, India, Vietnam and Ukraine were sworn in at the ceremony.

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