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Isaac Chong, 3, who is originally from S. Korea, holds two American flags in the Cherry Creek Prep School Auditorium in Centennial on November 30, 2005 after he participated in a naturalization ceremony. His parents, Edwin and Yat-Yee Chong (cq), Ft. Collins, adopted Isaac when he was 4 1/2 months old. They also have a birth daughter, Madeleine, 5. Isaac had automatically become a U.S. citizen when he was adopted, but this ceremony, for Isaac and 23 other adopted children, provided the children with their naturalization papers, making the citizenship official. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigrations Services held the ceremony, which hasn't had a similar ceremony for 5 years. Edwin and Yat-Yee are originally from Malaysia, and were naturalized in the U.S. in 2001. (ELLEN JASKOL/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) ***Isaac, Madeleine, Edwin, and Yat-Yee Chong (Yat-Yee) ***(970) 581-3814

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