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About 500 people become American citizens in Fourth of July ceremony in Seattle

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SEATTLE -- About 500 people in Seattle became U.S. citizens in a Fourth of July naturalization ceremony.

In a sea of faces made of different races, beliefs and ideas, there are three colors that everyone sitting in the audience Wednesday all clearly believe in. About 500 people proudly waved their flags as American citizens for the first time.

Reporter A.J. Janavel has more in the video above.

 

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