Indian software engineer becomes US citizen in rare ceremony at White House hosted by Trump
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Indian software engineer becomes US citizen in rare ceremony at White House hosted by Trump

Newsdesk |
August 26, 2020

US President Donald Trump has presided over a rare naturalisation ceremony at the White House where five immigrants, including a software developer from India, were sworn in as American citizens, as the US leader welcomed them to the "magnificent nation that is comprised of every race, religion and colour. Trump hosted the naturalisation ceremony at the White House and the video of the ceremony was played during the second night of the Republican National Convention on Tuesday.


New Delhi, 26 August 2020

As per news report of PTI, immigrants from five countries - India, Bolivia, Lebanon, Sudan and Ghana, stood in a line during the ceremony in the White House. With their right hand raised and a US flag in their left hand, they were administered the Oath of Allegiance by Acting United States Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf, while Trump looked on.

Source -PTI


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