Month: July 2012

Immigration Policy in the 2012 Election: Obama v. Romney

The 2012 presidential election has so far been fraught with discussions and debates regarding immigration policy and potential reform. The matter of immigration policy is rather neatly defined based upon party lines with Democrats favoring reform and Republicans preferring strict enforcement of the current laws set forth by congress. However, the candidates, as savvy politicians …

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U.S. Territories

What Are the U.S. Territories? The United States is a big place and it is certainly understandable to forget what areas are officially considered America. Occasionally news sources get it confused, maybe you might need to look up whether or not Guam is part of the U.S. or not. Sometimes, even, government websites are written …

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Special Naturalization Ceremonies to Commemorate America’s Independence Day

4th of July symbolizes the birthday of the United States and the Declaration of Independence was adopted on this day in 1776. Hence July 4 is celebrated as the nation’s Independence Day. Independence Day and Declaration of Independence are both very important to the United States of America. Hence, USCIS conducts special naturalization ceremonies across …

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