Skip to comments.Background on Military Naturalization Ceremony at the White House
Posted on 07/04/2012 5:19:25 PM PDT by Nachum
WASHINGTON, DC - On July 4, 2012, President Obama will deliver remarks at a naturalization ceremony for active duty service members in the East Room of the White House. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Director Alejandro Mayorkas will present the countries of the candidates for naturalization and Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano will deliver the oath of allegiance. The audience will be composed of the service members and their families.
Other Senior Administration Officials will also be speaking at naturalization ceremonies around the country, including Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis in New York, Small Business Administrator Karen Mills and Council on Environmental Quality Chair Nancy Sutley in Massachusetts, Domestic Policy Council Director Cecilia Muñoz in Virginia, and Cabinet Secretary Chris Lu in Maryland.
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Illegal aliens cannot join the US military. Legal immigrants/aliens can and be rewarded with expedited citizenship. They cannot serve as officers until they are naturalized.
Under what statute does Napolitano have the right to administer an official oath? Just curious.
Obama’s being any part of that proud moment is a disgrace. Obama himself is an alien using fraudulent birth certificates and fraudulent social security number.
Illegal aliens cannot serve in the US military.
If they’re being naturalized, it’s because they are lawful residents, in possession of a green card.
The White House is conflating illegal aliens with lawful resident aliens. “Oh, they’re the same thing. They’re serving! They all deserve citizenship.”
Note in the article they don’t SAY any of the candidates are illegal aliens. But the idiot misinformed news anchors covering this story today sure did.
All marching in lock-step, advancing their agenda: amnesty for all.
Did they check the photo ID of all those who showed up for the ceremony?
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