40 N.H. Residents Become U.S. Citizens

Oct 19, 2018

New citizens take the oath of allegiance at a U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services Ceremony in Manchester.
Credit Courtesy of USCIS

Forty New Hampshire residents became official U.S. citizens on Thursday.

They took the oath of allegiance at a naturalization ceremony in Manchester organized by the U.S Citizen and Immigration Services.

The new citizens came originally from 24 different countries, from Somalia to Nepal to Canada.

They now live in 18 different towns across New Hampshire.