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50 immigrants to take citizenship oath in Phoenix

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PHOENIX (AP) - Fifty immigrants from nations all across the world are set to become U.S. citizens at a ceremony in Phoenix.

Tuesday morning's ceremony at All Saints Episcopal Day School will include people who immigrated from Argentina, Burma, Jamaica, Kenya, Uzbekistan and 21 other nations.

U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge David Duncan will administer the oath of allegiance as they formally become U.S. citizens. The district director for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services also plans to attend and children who attend the day school will be on hand to observe the ceremony.

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