Melania Trump, the former first lady, made a rare public appearance on Friday at a naturalization ceremony in Washington, D.C. She congratulated 25 new American citizens at the National Archives, which is also involved in one of the federal indictments against her husband, former President Donald Trump.
Melania Trump openly discussed the challenges she encountered while obtaining citizenship upon moving to the US from Slovenia in 1996 for her fashion career. She recalled the overwhelming process of organizing necessary documents.
During a conversation, the ex-first lady mentioned that going through the immigration process personally made her realize the tough circumstances that individuals, including those seeking U.S. citizenship, encounter. She also acknowledged the intricacies of comprehending the immigration laws of the United States and their complicated legal terminology.
In the end, she mentioned that she needed to enlist the help of a legal professional to guide her through the steps.
Management of documents he acquired upon departing the White House in 2020. Melania Trump did not explicitly refer to the National Archives in her address.
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The individual is a candidate for the presidency in November 2022, but has not made any other public appearances for their campaign since then.
In a May interview with Fox News, Melania Trump expressed her support for her husband’s presidential bid, stating, “We are excited to bring hope back to the future and guide America with love and determination.”