20 People Will Gain U.S. Citizenship This Thursday In Greeley
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ Denver Field Office has resumed in-person services and said it will naturalize 20 people this Thursday in Greeley — Just in time for Independence Day.
The ceremony will be held at 9 a.m. on July 2 in Centennial Park.
Candidates for citizenship are from Greeley, Broomfield, Fort Morgan, Fort Collins, Thornton, Longmont, Wellington, Brighton, Erie and Lafayette. They originally hail from China, Colombia, Congo, Eritrea, India, Mexico, Nepal, Poland and Somalia.
USCIS will follow all Center for Disease Control guidelines.
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