María Solorio – orginally from Guadalajara, Jalisco, México – applauds after taking the oath of naturalization during Aug. 21 ceremony. The 50-year-old Fresno resident works for a janitorial company that is in charge of cleaning the offices of the Fresno field office of the Citizenship and Immigration Services.
María Solorio – orginally from Guadalajara, Jalisco, México – applauds after taking the oath of naturalization during Aug. 21 ceremony. The 50-year-old Fresno resident works for a janitorial company that is in charge of cleaning the offices of the Fresno field office of the Citizenship and Immigration Services. JUAN ESPARZA LOERA Fresno Bee file
María Solorio – orginally from Guadalajara, Jalisco, México – applauds after taking the oath of naturalization during Aug. 21 ceremony. The 50-year-old Fresno resident works for a janitorial company that is in charge of cleaning the offices of the Fresno field office of the Citizenship and Immigration Services. JUAN ESPARZA LOERA Fresno Bee file

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