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Students Assist at Naturalization Ceremonies on Constitution Day/Citizenship Day

Students Assist at Naturalization Ceremonies on Constitution Day/Citizenship Day

Federal courts around the country celebrated Constitution Day and Citizenship Day by arranging for students to welcome new U.S. citizens at nearly 50 naturalization ceremonies throughout September. 
Source: Courts
Students Assist at Naturalization Ceremonies on Constitution Day/Citizenship Day

Judicial Conference Approves Courthouse Construction Priorities; Courthouse Guidelines for Portable Communication Devices

Judicial Conference Approves Courthouse Construction Priorities; Courthouse Guidelines for Portable Communication Devices

The Judicial Conference of the United States today approved an updated list of courthouse construction priorities and guidelines for portable communications devices in courthouses.   
Source: Courts
Judicial Conference Approves Courthouse Construction Priorities; Courthouse Guidelines for Portable Communication Devices

Personal Reflections, Naturalizations Honor Constitution and Citizenship Day

Personal Reflections, Naturalizations Honor Constitution and Citizenship Day

Two hundred and thirty years after it was signed, the United States Constitution remains a powerful source of inspiration, and of personal liberties. In a newly released U.S. Courts video, people from different walks of life tell how and why the nation’s founding document is important to them.
Source: Courts
Personal Reflections, Naturalizations Honor Constitution and Citizenship Day