Dozens become U.S. citizens at special ceremony in Bloomfield Hills

Sixty-seven people from 30 different countries became U.S. citizens Friday during a special session of federal court in Bloomfield Hills.

They successfully completed testing to show an understanding of the fundamentals of U.S. history, as well as knowledge of the principles of U.S. government.

Federal court judge Patricia T. Morris addressed the incoming American citizens just prior to their oath of alligence.

"I welcome you to our country," she said. "It's been made great by people like you -- from so many different lands who have like yourself immigrated here."

FOX 2's own Ron Savage em-ceed the ceremony at the Muslim Unity Center on West Square Lake Road.