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July 4, 2016
Did you know …
“I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America ...” New Americans say these words for the first time at naturalization ceremonies around the country. On July 4th at Seattle Center, more than 500 candidates originating from Angola to Zambia will recite them together in the largest daytime Independence Day observance in the Northwest.
Try to correctly answer these three sample U.S. citizenship test questions:
1. When was the Declaration of Independence adopted?
2. In what document is the Freedom of Speech found?
3. What do the stars on the U.S. flag represent?
Source: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
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Celebrate our nation’s independence while congratulating more than 400 new U.S. citizens at the Naturalization Ceremony, the largest daytime Independence Day observance in the Northwest.
But most of all, join Seattle Mayor Ed Murray
and U.S. Circuit Judge Richard C. Tallman, plus other public officials from all levels of government, and share a patriotic experience of a lifetime welcoming our new citizens. Produced by Seattle Center, Seattle Center Foundation, United States District Court for the Western District of Washington, and United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.
On July 4, the 32nd Annual
Naturalization Ceremony will be held at Seattle Center Fisher Pavilion. The public is encouraged to attend and admission is free.
Answer 1: July 4, 1776
Answer 2: The Bill of Rights
Answer 3: One star for each state
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