Eighty-one people from thirty-seven different countries became U.S. citizens Friday at the New Hampshire Statehouse.
The naturalization ceremony was the first in nearly twenty years held in Representatives Hall.
Presiding Justice Landya McCafferty says it was a special event to coincide with Constitution Week.
Luis Jimenez savored every minute of it. He came to America from the Dominican Republic in the late 1980s. Now he’s a surgeon who lives in Hollis.
“It’s a good feeling. Like you belong,” he says.