ADVISORY: Representative Kiley to Speak At Naturalization Ceremony of 900 Candidates in Roseville

WASHINGTON – On Wednesday, Representative Kevin Kiley (R-CA) will speak at the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Naturalization Ceremony in Roseville. Approximately 900 candidates will become naturalized citizens at the Ceremony.

“I am honored to speak at the upcoming naturalization ceremony and welcome nearly 900 new U.S. citizens. It’s hard work becoming an American citizen and I salute their determination and pursuit of happiness for themselves and their families,” said Rep. Kiley.

What: USCIS Naturalization Ceremony in Roseville

Who: Approximately 900 citizenship candidates becoming full U.S. citizens

When: Wednesday, March 27, 2024, 8:45 AM PST

Where: Event Center At the Grounds Roseville(700 Event Center Dr, Roseville, California, 95678)


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