U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Seattle District swore in approximately 15 new U.S. citizens Thursday, during a naturalization ceremony at JBLM. The new citizens are active duty service members. This ceremony honors Veterans Day.
The ceremony took place at 1 p.m., at the Club on McChord Field. The JBLM Joint Service Honor Guard presented the colors. The keynote speaker for the ceremony was Col. Patrick M. O’Sullivan, Deputy Joint Base Garrison Commander.
USCIS officers oversee the naturalization process and provide members of the military and their families with every opportunity to receive expedited citizenship regardless of where they serve.Print This Post