by Jason Salas
Guam - Downtown this morning it was fitting that just a day after the day when Guamanians celebrate our island's liberation by the United States, 36 people earned the privilege of calling themselves Americans.
The diverse group, hailing from places such as the Dominican Republic, Ghana, Mexico, China, the Philippines, Samoa, and South Korea, took the oath of naturalization and swore to fulfill their civic duties as U.S. citizens and enjoy all the benefits that being a citizen bring.
Congratulations to all, and we're proud to have you as our countrymen.
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