naturalization en St. Louis Welcomes New Citizens On Eve Of July 4th <p>Just one day before the Fourth of July, St. Louis welcomed more than 50 new United States citizens.</p><p>The group took the oath of citizenship during an annual naturalization ceremony in the Old Courthouse in downtown St. Louis.&nbsp;</p><p>The immigrants came from 26 countries, including Vietnam, Nigeria, Nepal, Albania and Germany.</p><p>Congresswoman Ann Wagner of Missouri’s Second District was the guest speaker at the ceremony, which she said was her first.</p> Wed, 03 Jul 2013 21:52:35 +0000 Kristi Luther 27936 at St. Louis Welcomes New Citizens On Eve Of July 4th New Citizens As First Time Voters <p>Some of America’s newest voters in November will be people who were not born in this country but are newly naturalized citizens.&nbsp; Host Don Marsh talks with guests from the <a href="">International Institute of St. Louis</a> about the path to citizenship and with former students about the process.</p><p>Guests include:</p><ul><li>Anita Barker, Vice-President and Director of Education at the International Institute of St. Louis</li><li>Elina Fernandez, naturalized citizen and former student at the International Institute</li></ul> Wed, 17 Oct 2012 19:04:50 +0000 Alex Heuer, Mary Edwards & Don Marsh 5486 at New Citizens As First Time Voters