Special M.L.King U.S. Citizen swear-in ceremony
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services recognized the legacy of Martin Luther King during a special ceremony where teens and young adults officially became citizens.
The young people are ages 14 to 21 and they became citizens when their parents became citizens, but they had to be sworn in Friday to receive the certificate that designates them as U.S. Citizens.
The event is one of many across the country to commemorate the holiday.