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Monday, November 10, 2008

A New American

Congratulations to my British husband who received his U.S. Citizenship last week!!! It was an emotional day consisting of an interview, test, and swearing-in ceremony with about two dozen other immigrants.

Welcome to America, darling!

He now has dual citizenship.

Think you could pass the U.S. Citizenship exam?
Fix yourself a cuppa and have a go here!

14 comments:

Teresa of Southern Touch Catering said...

That was fun. I got all but seven correct. What is the limit on incorrect answers?
Please send congrats to your husband. What an accomplishment.

Denise at Uniquely Tea said...

Thank you Teresa - I'll pass along your regards! During the interview, the agent runs a computer search of all 100 questions and ten are chosen at random - the interviewee has to answer 6 out of 10 correctly.

Linda said...

Congratulations to T&H!!!

Teresa of Southern Touch Catering said...

That's very interesting. I guess I would have had some chance then.

Marilyn Miller, the Marmalady said...

Congratulations to your Tony!

Teresa of Southern Touch Catering said...

Just a note off subject....
Made the Constant Comment Cake today. It turned out beautifully. And tastes so nice, not overbearing, simply delicious! Will blog on it later this week- thanks!

Denise at Uniquely Tea said...

I'll look forward to your Constant Comment cake blog entry, Teresa! It's a lovely cake, isn't it? Sometimes I sift a wee bit of cinnamon-sugar across the top, but it certainly doesn't "need" it.

Steph said...

It's a good time to be an American! Congrats!

Denise at Uniquely Tea said...

Thanks Linda, Marilyn and Steph! Yes, it IS a good time to be an American!

Mmm said...

It's always good to be an American, through tick and thin. The American spirit lives on! Congrats.

What nationality are you then?

Denise at Uniquely Tea said...

Thanks mmm - I'm American, hubby is British (born in Chelsea, London - lived most of his adult life in Plymouth, UK). We met online. :-)

Angela McRae said...

Congrats to your husband! (And you!)

kate said...

congrates to your hubby and you.
i too am engaged to a Brit, he was born in cornwall, but spent most his adult life in Plymouth, as well, he owned a kithcen cabinet shoppe and also was a formula 2 racecar driver and restored a faboulous barn, my daughter goes to charleston southern univ.
please visit our blog....thanks again kate

Rebecca said...

Congratulations to your husband on his new citizenship!

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