Indian Software Engineer Sworn In As US Citizen In Rare White House Event

Vastavam web: US President Donald Trump has presided over the rare naturalization at the White House ceremony where the five immigrants, including the software developer from India, was sworn in as American citizens as the US leader welcomed them to the “magnificent nation” that is comprised of every race, religion or color. The US President has hosted the naturalization ceremony at the White House and the video of the ceremony was played during the second night of the Republican National Convention on Tuesday.

During the ceremony in the White House, the immigrants from the five countries India, Bolivia, Lebanon, Sudan, and Ghana, stood in a line. A software developer from India, Sudha Sundari Narayana was among those sworn in as the American citizens.

“Today America rejoices as we welcome five absolutely incredible new members into our great American family. You are now fellow citizens of the greatest nation on the face of God”s Earth. Congratulations,” Trump said.”It”s not so easy. You went through a lot and we appreciate you being here with us today. Donald Trump later read out the names and a few details of the five new citizens.

Trump said Narayanan is a “phenomenal success”, born in India, who came to the United States 13 years ago. “Sudha is a talented software developer and she and her husband are raising two beautiful, wonderful children ‘the apples of your life”. Thank you very much and congratulations. Fantastic job.”

Trump in his remarks congratulated the new citizens and said it is his honor to be with them.”Today you have also accepted the profound duties and responsibilities that come with American citizenship. By swearing, the Oath of Allegiance, each of you have entered a sacred and unbreakable covenant with our nation.”

Trump said the five new citizens have pledged their “undying loyalty” to the American people, the American Constitution and the American way of life. “The history and heritage of the United States are now yours to preserve and pass down to the next generation. Our culture, our traditions, and our values are now yours to uphold and live by.”