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Before Citizenship: What You Can Do Leading Up to Naturalization
Before Citizenship: What You Can Do Leading Up to Naturalization Sun, Jul 10, 2016 In the time leading up to your naturalization and achievement of citizenship, there’s often a bit of gray area when it comes to what you can and can’t do. We hope to clarify your rights as a permanent resident in today’s blog. Read More

Around the World: The Surprising Meanings of Different Gestures
Around the World: The Surprising Meanings of Different Gestures Wed, Jun 15, 2016 With all the recent negative talk about immigration—from building walls to restricting drivers’ licenses for DACA recipients—it’s always nice to enjoy a quick laugh! In today’s blog, we’re looking at several examples of common mix-ups that can happen... Read More

Immigrants and the Military: 7 Important Facts
Immigrants and the Military: 7 Important Facts Fri, May 20, 2016 With Memorial Day quickly approaching, we’re thinking about our country and the sacrifices made by servicemen and women to ensure our enduring freedoms. While we reflect on these sacrifices, of course, it’s important to remember the often unsung hero... Read More

The Myths and Truths Behind Cinco de Mayo
The Myths and Truths Behind Cinco de Mayo Thu, May 05, 2016 Happy Cinco de Mayo! This traditionally Mexican holiday has gained widespread popularity throughout the US over the years—but many people still do not know exactly why we celebrate this special day. Below, we will be going over some of the most preva... Read More

Getting It Right: Helpful Language Resources for Employers and Employees
Getting It Right: Helpful Language Resources for Employers and Employees Mon, Mar 14, 2016 In today’s modern workplace, bilingualism is no longer simply a unique trait—instead, it’s growing into a necessary part of business for employers and employees alike. Speaking two (or more) languages can improve collaboration and ease communication,... Read More

Making Sure Your Voice is Heard
Making Sure Your Voice is Heard Tue, Mar 08, 2016 In today’s political climate, when issues for immigrants and their families are heatedly discussed and the future—for many—can seem unsure, it’s more important than ever to air your concerns and make sure your voice is heard. This can be done in many... Read More

What Type of Visa Do I Need?
What Type of Visa Do I Need? Thu, Mar 03, 2016 When it comes to immigration or travel into the US, a visa is one of the most basic parts of the process—but for many people, it can also be one of the most confusing. With so many different types of visas, it can certainly be difficult to know what ... Read More

Immigration and the Titanic: 104 Years Later
Immigration and the Titanic: 104 Years Later Tue, Mar 01, 2016 Over a century ago, the RMS Titanic set out on its fateful maiden voyage—and today, the story has been told to all of us in some way, shape or form. But what many people may not know about the world’s famous ship is the true story of its passengers—n... Read More

Immigration Across Generations
Immigration Across Generations Tue, Feb 09, 2016 In today’s day and age, the population of both 2nd generation immigrants (US born citizens with a foreign-born parent) and those who immigrated at a young age is growing. For people living in these families, a generational divide can occur when the c... Read More

The States and Immigration: 5 Biggest Players
The States and Immigration: 5 Biggest Players Mon, Feb 08, 2016 If you’re an immigrant living in the state of Florida, you probably already know how large and diverse the community is here—in fact, you may have met one or several families with similar origins and backstories to yours. But Florida isn’t the only s... Read More

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