Month: May 2012

Preparing for the Oath – Launched by USCIS and the Smithsonian Institution

The USCIS has launched a new online learning tool, Preparing for the Oath: US History and Civics for Citizenship, along with the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. This online learning tool has been created to help ambitious citizens to prepare for the Naturalization test. This tool which is web-based will help the immigrants to …

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New Immigration Reform Bill – STARS Act

Sisters Daniela and Dayana Pelaez joined Congressman David Rivera to announce that the STARS Act will be filed in a few weeks. The STARS Act is nothing but the short form of Studying Towards Adjusted Residency Status (STARS). This bill is more likely to allow the undocumented immigrants to adjust their residency status. They may …

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Campaign to Promote Inbound Tourism to the United States

A campaign was launched by Brand USA in order to encourage international tourists to come to the United States. This campaign will mainly focus on the residents of Japan, Canada and the United Kingdom. Brand USA is a partnership of the US government agencies and private companies. This campaign is the first of its kind …

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Drop in the Number of Undocumented Immigrants from Mexico

There is a significant drop in the number of undocumented immigrants in America. It is for the first time in decades, that the number of undocumented immigrants from Mexico to the United States, has been dropped. A new study shows the significant drop in the number of undocumented Mexican immigrants living in the United States. …

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