Gwinnett County, Gwinnett libraries and Asian Americans Advancing Justice will offer a free clinic later this week to help people who need assistance with paperwork to become naturalized citizens of the United States.
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A Snellville man has been arrested by federal officials who claim he allegedly concealed his involvement in political interrogations and physical abuses during the "Red Terror" in Ethiopia when he applied for U.S. citizenship.
Carrera was one of 30 new citizens who were sworn in during a brief ceremony at Gwinnett Place Mall as part of the county’s Multicultural Festival.
The fourth annual festival kicks off with a Panamanian Marching Band at 9:30 a.m. followed by a naturalization ceremony at 10 a.m. during which about 30 foreign-born residents will take the Oath of Allegiance to become United States citizens.