Aurora police show support for immigrants at naturalization ceremony

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AURORA, Colo. — Police in Aurora showed their support for dozens of immigrants who became U.S. citizens in a naturalization ceremony on Thursday in the city council chambers.

“Here, 72 Aurora area residents from 32 different countries around the world became U.S. Citizens,” the Aurora Police Department stated on Facebook.

(Photo: Aurora Police Department)

“Our new fellow citizens worked hard for their citizenship and we were humbled to be among them at the ceremony.”

(Photo: Aurora Police Department)

At the naturalization ceremony, participants took the oath of allegiance and received their certificate of naturalization.

(Photo: Aurora Police Department)

“Congratulations to all of our new citizens!” police stated.

(Photo: Aurora Police Department)

The full requirements to become a U.S. citizen are on the Department of Homeland Security website.

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