100 Year Old Woman Becomes American Citizen
In a ceremony in Jacksonville over the weekend, 100 year old Francisca Huerta became an American citizen.
She was born in Peru and is a member of the Inca tribe.
Huerta moved to America in 2007 in order to be with her daughter.
A number of her family members were at the ceremony to congratulate her.
Huerta is one of the oldest people to become a US citizen.
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