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Citizenship Day yields 28 new citizens

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WENATCHEE — Twenty-eight people from five countries became U.S. citizens Thursday during a music-and-patriotism-filled ceremony at Pybus Public Market to commemorate Citizenship Day.

“You are the brand-newest U.S. citizens,” Keith Brown, field office director for Citizenship and Immigration Services, said in welcome to the newly sworn-in group.

Group members, originally from Canada, Nepal, Ukraine, Vietnam and Mexico, are part of about 18,000 people expected to become U.S. citizens this week to commemorate Constitution Week.

They watched a short video message…

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