MILWAUKEE -- There are now 132 new American citizens.
A special naturalization ceremony was held on Thursday, October 22nd at MATC's downtown Milwaukee campus.
The 132 people who became citizens have been living in the United States for at least five years, or three years if they were married to a citizen.
To become citizens, they have learned American history and English, had to pass a test, and undergo a complete background check.
The 132 new citizens originate from 47 countries.