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Celebrate America’s Birthday on 4th July

Celebrate America's Birthday on 4th July Independence Day is celebrated every year on the 4th of July and it is generally known as “the Fourth of July”. On this day in 1776, the Continental Congress approved the Declaration of Independence and set the 13 colonies free. Those 13 colonies then became 13 states and these states were united under one federal government. The nation became stronger and it is now one of the most influential countries. Prior to the American War for Independence in 1776, America was in possession of England. The US Congress declared the Fourth of July as a federal holiday on 28th June, 1870.

Americans celebrate this day by organizing family events and by displaying American flags in their homes. This day will be marked by fireworks and parades. Likewise, USCIS has organized special naturalization ceremonies, commemorating Independence Day and several immigrants will take the Oath of Allegiance and obtain US citizenship.

As the Fourth of July is a federal holiday, very few people have to work on this day and it is a day of family celebrations. Independence Day is a patriotic holiday and many politicians will appear at public events, on this day. Likewise, Americans will give thanks to the freedom fought for by the first generation of many of today’s Americans. The American flag is the most common Independence Day symbol. The Statue of Liberty and fireworks viewed across the country are few other Independence Day symbols. America is a diverse nation and citizens of this great nation celebrate the freedom and independence on July 4th every year. This day is one of the most important federal holidays of America.

Fourth of July celebrations are very popular and you can take part in the festivities and parades. Many cities and towns have organized sporting events and you may also take part in such events. This is also the right time to remember the veterans who served the country and who laid down their lives. You can make this day a memorable one by spending the weekend with your family and by reflecting on the sacrifices made by the Founding Fathers. At the same time, you may spend some time to read the Declaration of Independence and organize picnics with your neighbors and friends. Proudly fly the American Flag and enjoy this day with your families and friends.

Happy Independence Day, America!

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