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One Million Immigrants Became U.S. Citizens Last Year

World Journal, Headline News Brief, Staff Posted: May 15, 2009

LOS ANGELES A staggering one million immigrants became U.S. citizens last year, the highest number ever, according to a report released by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security on Monday. The World Journal reports the number doubled the record set in 2006. The state of California was home to most of these new citizens, followed by the states of Florida and Texas. Of the 300,000 Californians who became Americans last year, most hailed from Latin America, India and the Philippines.

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