"It is the most important day of my life," says Olga Schulz.
The ceremony lasted an hour, but the journey took 6 years. Olga Schulz is proud.Proud because she's finally an American.
"This is a happy day for us, we thank God for it," says Ted Schulz.
Olga came to the U-S 13-years ago with her two young children to escape Civil War in El-Salvador. Not knowing a word of English, she started working at the Cargill Poultry plant in Dayton.
Worked her way to the top as the plant nurse in the first aid unit, she's now a supervisor.
"At times, she would work 2 jobs and it was all because of us and I'm just so proud of her," says Ilana Schulz.
Saturday is the last day to register to vote and Olga says that is first thing she plans on doing. In Staunton, Sonia Randev, WHSV NEWS.>