Bruce Springsteen made sure that those of us who were Born in the USA felt special, but what about Americans who put in the extra effort to become naturalized citizens? There's nothing more patriotic than jumping through immigration hoops so you can proudly wear red, white and blue! As you kick off this Independence Day weekend, take a look at 10 well-known people who are also naturalized American citizens! USA! USA! USA!
Dave Matthews and his family moved to the US when he was two.
Pierce became a US citizen in 2004.
When she was five, Mischa moved from England to the United States. She later became a naturalized citizen.
After immigrating from Mexico, Salma became a naturalized American citizen.
In 2002, the fashion designer became a naturalized US citizen.
Bob Hope was born in London, England. His family immigrated to the US in 1908 and passed inspection at Ellis Island.
Pam Anderson holds both Canadian and American citizenship.
Albert Einstein was born in Germany in 1879 and became an American citizen more than 50 years later in 1940.
She may have been the US Secretary of State, but Madeline Albright was born on May 15, 1937 in the Smíchov district of Prague.