Export Inspection Briefing: In attendance will be LA Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Association who will present the update on this important matter.Details
One year after becoming U.S. citizens, many new Americans say citizenship has changed their lives for the better – from giving them a chance to go to college and get a better job, to being able to vote.
“Before I became a U.S. citizen, I felt like I was an outsider, a person without a voice who can’t really choose to live the life that I would like to see,” said Jinzhi Cang, a 73-year-old Chinese American resident of Houston who became a citizen last September.Details
USCIS to Welcome More Than 27,000 New Citizens During Annual Constitution Day and Citizenship Day Celebration
WASHINGTON—U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will welcome more than 27,000 new citizens in more than 160 naturalization ceremonies between Sept. 17 and Sept. 23 in honor of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.Details
The festival will open with SOPHIE SEEKS 7 [Facet (nie)potrzebny od zaraz] by Weronika Migon, Audience Award at Koszalin’s Debuts Film Festival “Mlodzi i Film,” on October 7, 2014 with a star-studded gala during which both Polish and American moviemakers will walk the red carpet at Hollywood’s legendary Egyptian Theatre, an extravagant start to a ten-day-long celebration of Polish Cinema through October 16, 2014 with subsequent screenings at the Laemmle’s NoHo 7 and Royal Theaters.Details
Interview with Virgelia Villegas, President of Virgelia Productions, Inc., (producer of Miss Asia USA, Mrs. Asia USA and Miss Teen Asia USA, Miss Latina Global and Miss Teen Latina Global Cultural Pageants).
A high school graduate,she survives arranged marriage at age of 15, beats billionaire Donald Trump in a lawsuit and today heads five successful cultural beauty pageants in the USA.Details
Today, Citizenship Day, we recognize and honor the millions of Americans who are naturalized US citizens, immigrants who hail from all corners of the globe but who have proudly taken the oath of US citizenship.
The path to the oath is one that can be long and challenging – there are many requirements to become a naturalized US citizen – but it is also one that is within clear reach for those who receive the necessary assistance and who are able to marshall the often precious and limited resources (including time as well as money) needed to file the application and pass the interview and test.Details
In some way, the immigrant created the American Dream. It wasn’t a native-born idea. It began in the 19th century as immigrants — mainly Irish and German — began coming to the United States and describing their experience as transformative. They were no longer living the lives of their parents and grandparents.Details
On the morning of January 24, 2008, dozens of US federal agents, right on cue, simultaneously raided four major museums across Southern California: the Los Angeles County of Museum of Arts (LACMA), the Pacific Asian Museum (Pasadena), The Bowers Museum (Orange County), and Mingei International Museum (San Diego) to recover looted Asian artifacts. The operation, a culmination of nearly five years of undercover work, jolted the world of antiquities.Details
Linda Sarsour, the executive director of the Arab American Association of New York, was a victim of a hate crime this week that wouldn’t have occurred had it not been for the phenomenon of the terrorist group “Islamic State” (ISIS).
Sarsour, who has become a voice for Muslim Americans nationally, discussed the incident on social media.Details
DEARBORN—Muslim Americans gathered at Dearborn City Hall last Monday to condemn ISIS, and honor all the victims of the terrorist group including American journalist James Foley.
Last week a video was released of Foley being beheaded by a member of ISIS in retaliation for American airstrikes on Iraq that were launched to target the group.Details