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20 new US citizens sworn in at American Memorial Park

TWENTY new U.S. citizens were sworn-in during a naturalization ceremony at American Memorial Park’s Visitor Center on Tuesday which was also Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.

District Court for the NMI Chief Judge Ramona V. Manglona presided over the naturalization ceremony with Joint Region Marianas Commander Rear Adm. John V. Menoni’s guest speaker.

The newly sworn-in Americans pose for a photo with District Court for the NMI Chief Judge Ramona V. Manglona, Magistrate Judge Heather Kennedy and guest speaker, Joint Region Marianas Commander Rear Adm. John V. Menon, following Tuesday’s naturalization ceremony at American Memorial Park.  Photo by William BezzantThe newly sworn-in Americans pose for a photo with District Court for the NMI Chief Judge Ramona V. Manglona, Magistrate Judge Heather Kennedy and guest speaker, Joint Region Marianas Commander Rear Adm. John V. Menon, following Tuesday’s naturalization ceremony at American Memorial Park. Photo by William Bezzant

The new U.S. citizens are Roselily Soledad, Un Hui K. Babauta, Estrella B. Aguon, Grace P. Atalig, Lornet D. Bangot, Kevin John E. Barros, Zachary K. Cepeda, Arsenia F. Dasalla, Robert D. Dasalla, Pantaleon P. Dejillas, Buhay F. Deleon Guerrero, Rito B. Doca, Wildreda B. Hofschneider, Maria Teresa S. Jayaweera, Rowell C. Pamaran, Marissa N. Pinlac, Hormedas A. Puspus, Teresita L. Restum, Roderick B. Sagucio, and Gregorio C. Santiago Jr.

Shelia Kelty, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services immigration officer, made the motion to accept the applicants for citizenship.