Views From A U.S. Naturalization Ceremony As Immigration Plan Critics Call Its Citizenship Path 'Amnesty'

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Newly naturalized American citizen Fayick Suleman, from Ghana,... Photo d'actualitéAdulte,Amérique du Nord,Certificat,Citoyenneté,Continent américain,Cérémonie de naturalisation,Droit,Femme,Femmes,Fils de,Finance,Frontière,Ghana,Gouvernement,Horizontal,Immigrant,New York City,Nord,Personnes masculines,Photo,Politique,Sénat des États-Unis,Émigration et immigration,États-UnisPhotographer Collection: Bloomberg 2013 BloombergNewly naturalized American citizen Fayick Suleman, from Ghana, center, stands for a photograph his wife Hanadi Suleman, left, and their son Laeyth Suleman, 2, with his certificate of citizenship after a Naturalization Ceremony at the Jacob K. Javits Federal Building in New York, U.S., on Friday, April 19, 2013. A Senate plan to rewrite U.S. immigration law has stoked a years-old debate over allowing undocumented residents a chance to become citizens, a measure viewed by opponents as rewarding lawbreakers with 'amnesty' and undercutting American workers. Photographer: Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg via Getty Images