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As an Air National Guard member and her two young children were allegedly found murdered in a New York City home on Saturday, seven years after her mother was sworn in as a U.S. citizen, will begin her American dream come true.
Alla Ausheva, 36, and young children, Ivan, 2, and Elijah, 3, were found dead at a house in the neighborhood of brooklyn around 10:45 p.m., the New York Post reported, citing law enforcement sources.
Ausheva, the man, a 36-year-old Shane Walker, were arrested in connection with death, though as of Thursday night no charges had been filed against him.
Investigators responded to the home on Saturday morning, and the smoke filling the house. Sources told the news outlet that the children had been found drowned in a bathtub, with Ausheva suffering from facial and head trauma. She was reportedly found face down on the bed.
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Ausheva, was sworn in as a citizen of the u.s. during a naturalization ceremony at the White House in 2012, according to a Post article published at the time.
Born in Russia, Ausheva, moved to Queens with her husband — who had won the green card lottery, in 2011 and in the three months to late, logged on to the New York Army National Guard.
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“I’ve always wanted to live here,” she said. “This is a country where you can pursue your dreams and do what you want to do.”
Ausheva, the ceremony was presided over by the former President, Barack Obama. She said at the time that she still can’t believe that I didn’t see the president, and he said that he was proud of me. … It’s kind of amazing.”