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The Milwaukee U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) office, along with the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin and Cardinal Stritch University, will host a special naturalization ceremony Monday, Oct. 28, at 11 a.m. in the Sister Camille Kliebhan Conference Center on the Stritch campus at 6801 N. Yates Rd., Milwaukee.
A total of 145 candidates from 50 nations will take the Oath of Allegiance and become United States Citizens at the ceremony. Judge Beth E. Hanan, United States Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin, will preside at the ceremony. Stritch President Kathleen A. Rinehart, J.D., will deliver remarks to the candidates and their guests. Michael Valverde, USCIS Deputy Associate Director for Field Operations Directorate will make the motion to accept the new citizens.
The ceremony is open to the public.
About Stritch | Cardinal Stritch University is a fully accredited Catholic institution founded by the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi in 1937. Stritch is one of the largest Franciscan institutions of higher education in North America and offers more than 60 undergraduate, graduate, certificate and professional development programs designed to help students develop new skills, gain career-related experience and build professional networks. Franciscan Values are infused into the Stritch experience that prepares students of all ages, faiths, races and socio-economic backgrounds to succeed in the communities where they live, work, serve and lead.