Rafael Garcia, originally from Cuba, becomes an American citizen during a ceremony at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service's Kendall office on November 10 in Miami, Florida. Across the nation more than 7,500 new citizens in more than 40 naturalization ceremonies were sworn in last last Thursday as the agency honored Veterans Day during the ceremonies.
Rafael Garcia, originally from Cuba, becomes an American citizen during a ceremony at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service's Kendall office on November 10 in Miami, Florida. Across the nation more than 7,500 new citizens in more than 40 naturalization ceremonies were sworn in last last Thursday as the agency honored Veterans Day during the ceremonies. Joe Raedle Getty Images
Rafael Garcia, originally from Cuba, becomes an American citizen during a ceremony at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service's Kendall office on November 10 in Miami, Florida. Across the nation more than 7,500 new citizens in more than 40 naturalization ceremonies were sworn in last last Thursday as the agency honored Veterans Day during the ceremonies. Joe Raedle Getty Images

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