At Friday’s United States Citizenship and Immigration Services naturalization ceremony in Kendall: From left, Immigration Service Officer Daniel Cruz, Immigration Service Officer Daniel Little, Miami Herald reporter Steve Rothaus and Kendall Field Office Director Randell Akins.
At Friday’s United States Citizenship and Immigration Services naturalization ceremony in Kendall: From left, Immigration Service Officer Daniel Cruz, Immigration Service Officer Daniel Little, Miami Herald reporter Steve Rothaus and Kendall Field Office Director Randell Akins. United States Citizenship and Immigration Services
At Friday’s United States Citizenship and Immigration Services naturalization ceremony in Kendall: From left, Immigration Service Officer Daniel Cruz, Immigration Service Officer Daniel Little, Miami Herald reporter Steve Rothaus and Kendall Field Office Director Randell Akins. United States Citizenship and Immigration Services

New U.S. citizens learn of LGBTQ Pride Month at naturalization ceremony in Kendall

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