Sasha Farber & Emma Slater

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The Dancing with the Stars couple commemorated their citizenship ceremony with a happy photo on Instagram.

“I’ve dreamed of this day ever since I was a little boy in Russia watching blockbuster movies. I came to America to try out for a show called @dancingabc and my whole life changed, I proposed to my beautiful wife @theemmaslater on the show, got married, bought our first house, rescued a dog, made so many incredible memories and so many new friends I call my family here in America, and now I get to call America my home!!!” wrote Farber, who is also Australian.

“I’m so grateful for DWTS for believing in me and giving me a chance. WE ARE OFFICIALLY CITIZENS!!! Now it’s time to bring my mum and dad over to be with us thank you,” he said.

Tristan Thompson

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Twitter account shared a photo of the Canadian-born basketball star taking the Oath of Allegiance on Nov. 24. They also shared a quote from Thompson, reading, “I came to the US on a student visa and have always had big dreams. I’m now truly living the American dream.”

“Congrats on reaching your goals @RealTristan13! Best of luck with the @NBA #Celtics as a #NewUSCitizen!” the tweet read.

John Oliver

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The Last Week Tonight host revealed on the Late Show to Stephen Colbert that he got his U.S. citizenship in December 2019 and “was waiting for that to feel real.” He got his chance when he voted for the first time in the U.S. 2020 election.

“Standing in line (to vote) … I didn’t feel it. Giving my name and getting the ballot, I didn’t feel it. Scanning it into the machine and the machine saying, ‘Your vote has been counted,’ — I nearly burst into tears,” he told Colbert. “That is the truth. My eyes got misty, and I thought, I don’t know if I can cry in a voting station.”

Yolanda Hadid

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The former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, who is from the Netherlands, became a U.S. citizen “just recently” — and casted her first ballot in the U.S. 2020 election.

Captioning a series of photos of the pair, daughter Bella wrote, “Took my mama to vote for the first time today!!! She became an American citizen just recently and this year she was so determined to get out and vote. I am so proud of her!!! Wearing our best Blues!!!!!💙💙💙💙💙”

Ryan Reynolds

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The Canadian native obtained dual citizenship in 2018 and used his power to vote for the first time in the 2020 U.S. election. 

“This is my first time voting in America,” he wrote on Instagram before thanking his wife, Blake Lively, for the moral support. “I’d like to thank my wife Blake for making my first time so gentle and loving. It was super scary at first, then exciting and now I’m a little tired. But proud.”

Cobie Smulders

“After many hours in a Federal building double masked, lathering myself repeatedly in hand sanitizer and acing the first test I’ve taken since High School I am a Dual Citizen of 🇨🇦/🇺🇸 ,” the proud actress wrote on Instagram before adding, “(Canada you will always be my first❤️)”

“I have been living in the US for 16 years now working and paying taxes, making little humans, creating a family and making this Country my home,” she continued. “But I have been unable to Vote. I am excited to do so in this coming election in November. It is an opportunity that I will not waste and am grateful to have my Vote count when so many people who are working and living in this country as long or longer than I have are not able to.”

Smulders went on to ask her followers to “not waste this chance to express your beliefs and have it be counted.” 

“I am a Democrat and will be casting my first 🇺🇸 vote for Presidential nominee @joebiden and VP @kamalaharris,” she wrote before adding her final note, “VOTE❤️”

Tan France

“A few minutes ago, I officially became an U.S citizen!!” the Queer Eye star proudly announced on Instagram on June 9, 2020. “For me, this is monumental. It’s something I’ve been working towards for literally 20 years, which makes this all the more emotional.”

He added, “And now, I will exercise my constitutional right as an American. Today, I will register to vote, and vote for the change I wish to see in OUR nation.”

Neil Young

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The singer-songwriter, who is originally from Canada, shared the news on his website on Jan. 22, 2020, writing, “I’m happy to report I’m in!!” The announcement was made along with a photo of Young saluting next to an American flag and a sign that reads, “Democrats register to vote here.”

“Vote your conscience,” he added, along with an emoji of an American flag and a Canadian flag.

He also shared a video on Instagram, in which he waves a mini flag with the American stars and stripes on one side, as well as the Canadian maple leaf on the other.

“I’m proud to be a Cana-erican,” he sings in the video, combining his two citizenships into one.

Robbie Amell & Italia Ricci

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“3866 people from 116 different countries became American citizens today,” the Canada-born Flash actor, 31, wrote on a photo of the American flag on his Instagram Story on Jan. 22, 2020. “@italiaricci and I were two of them. Today was awesome,” he wrote of sharing the momentous occasion with his wife and fellow immigrant.

Peta Murgatroyd

The New Zealand-born dancer endured “countless US Visas starting from 2006 and the last 5 years with a Green Card” during her tenure on Dancing with the Stars before becoming a United States citizen on October 9, supported by her husband Maksim Chmerkovskiy and their son Shai. In an Instagram sharing photos from the day, she admitted the milestone made her emotional.

“I’m getting misty eyed writing this, because I haven’t reflected on my life up until this point … here I was sitting in an auditorium with 1000 people, with my Ukrainian/American husband and my American son….a girl from little Perth with a big dream of being ‘someone’,” she wrote. “I love the life I created, but it wouldn’t be possible without the United States giving me the chance to succeed and live in the best country in the world …This will always be home now.”

Mike Fisher

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The former NHL star, who is married to country singer Carrie Underwood, is “officially American,” he announced on Instagram in March. Canadian-born Fisher smiled as he posed in a suit in what appears to be a courthouse.

“Big day I’m officially American,” he wrote on his Instagram Story over a photo of him waving an American flag.

Nicole Kidman & Keith Urban