Thursday, June 25, 2020
News from San Diego. Yesterday, more than 150 people from 42 countries were naturalized in an "unusual drive-thru ceremony" morning held by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Naturalization ceremonies are attended by hundreds of new citizens and their family members. Such ceremonies are a casualty of the coronavirus pandemic, with many naturalization ceremonies postponed. People who had waited months, even years, to become naturalized citizens worried that they they would be unable to vote in November.