ADC Hosts U.S. Citizenship Swearing-In Ceremony
Detroit, Michigan | www.adc.org | July 15, 2011 - This morning the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) Michigan office hosted a U.S. Citizenship Swearing-In Ceremony. The ceremony was hosted at Byblos Banquet Center in Dearborn, MI. The ceremony is consistent with ADC’s efforts to embrace and advance the values, responsibilities, and rights of citizens. ADC is proud to have hosted this annual ceremony during which 200 individuals took an oath to join us as citizens of our great American nation.
This year, ADC welcomed the Honorable Chief Judge Gerald Rosen of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan as the presiding judge who performed the Oath of Citizenship. The program included special remarks by Ms. Barbara McQuade, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan and Mr. Eduardo Fernandez, Vice President of WXYZ ABC Channel 7, as well as an Honor Guard presentation by the Dearborn Police Department, a performance of the national anthem by Nawal Siblani of Star International Academy, and other special features making the ceremony a truly memorable event.
The U.S. Citizenship Swearing-In Ceremony is an annual event hosted by the ADC-Michigan office.
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