More Immigrants Racing to Apply for US citizenship


The immigrants, who are worried about Mr. Trump’s election to the US president, are now rushing to apply for the United Citizenship. Tens of thousands of people, eligible for the US citizenship are lodging applications and in the past six months the application rate increased by 14 percent. There is a growing fear among the […]

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All You Need to Know About the US Family Immigration


The United States has been liberal in approach towards the family immigration programs. This country has been the most favorable destination for migration, high paid jobs, good transport system, and world class exposure to the research has compelled the intellectual community to settle in this country. In the early years it was considered as the […]

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Different Ways to Fulfill your US Dream

US Immigration

Nearing to 13% of the world’s adults or about 630 million adults state they would leave their nation and move somewhere else permanently. For roughly 138 million individuals, that somewhere else would be the US- the No.1 destination for the potential migrants. We find other top choices for potential migrants are UK, Canada, Australia and […]

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A Nation of Immigrants: President Obama Recognizes Citizenship Day 2013

America was founded as a beacon of freedom, inclusion, and opportunity for the world, and has since thrived – powered largely by our unique diversity and constant influx of fresh energy, talent, and ideas. This is who we are, and what makes us great. On September 17th, we paused to recognize National Constitution Day and […]

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Number of immigration measures passed by U.S. states jumps in 2013: report

The number of immigration-related laws passed by U.S. states rebounded sharply in the first half of this year, spurred in part by a 2012 U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Arizona’s immigration crackdown, according to a report released Wednesday. The National Conference of State Legislatures said lawmakers in 43 states and the District of Columbia enacted […]

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