Six women are the newest US citizens in this ceremony

First Naturalization Ceremony at the new U.S. Embassy London

12 September, 2018 | Chargé D’Affaires, Success Stories, U.S. & United Kingdom, U.S. Embassy London

On Tuesday, August 21,  U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services  (USCIS) held a special naturalization ceremony at the Embassy. Many members of the Embassy community joined in to witness this special event – the first naturalization ceremony to be held at the new London Embassy. The only people who can naturalize overseas are active duty members of the U.S. military during ...
DCM Lewis Lukens at a podium

The Future of the Special Relationship

14 November, 2016 | Chargé D’Affaires, Deputy Chief of Mission

  Because ultimately the future of our Special Relationship will be in the hands not of politicians or diplomats like me. It resides with you- the students and young people here in the room today. Kings College USA Week: The Future of the Special Relationship Lew Lukens, Deputy Chief of Mission Great Hall, King’s College ...
Headstones aligned in rows in front of the chapel at Brookwood American Cemetery

Remembrance Sunday 2016

13 November, 2016 | Beyond London, Chargé D’Affaires, Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. & United Kingdom

Remembrance Sunday Remarks, 2016 Lew Lukens, Deputy Chief of Mission Brookwood American Cemetery and Memorial November 13, 2016   DCM LUKENS: Lord Lieutenant, Mr. Mayor. Distinguished veterans and members of the armed services. Your families. British friends. Fellow Americans. “Progress is not inevitable.” “It requires struggle and perseverance and discipline and faith.” President Obama spoke ...
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