Hawaii says aloha to 92 new citizens from almost two dozen different countries
The U.S. just gained 92 new citizens in Hawaii Wednesday.
HONOLULU - The U.S. just gained 92 new citizens in Hawaii Wednesday.
A naturalization ceremony took place at the Mission Memorial Auditorium this morning.
People from 20 different countries took the oath of allegiance and received certificates of naturalization.
The oldest of the new citizens is 83-years-old and the youngest is 18-years-old.
"I was nervous but I finally made all the process. It [took] more than like 6 months but now I’m more relaxed. I’m very happy," newly naturalized citizen Ginlyn Curlee said.