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Homeland Security announces “safe zones” for immigrants

Undocumented immigrants will receive increased protection from immigration enforcement actions, according to a new set of policies announced by Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Customs and Border Protection agencies. These policies establish certain “safe zones” in the United States, where immigrants are not to be arrested, ...

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US employers added 255,000 jobs in July

The latest U.S. Labor Department report topped all expectations in terms of employment. The U.S. economy added 255,000 jobs last month and the jobless rate remained low at 4.9 percent. Hourly wages also increased to an annualized rate of 2.6 percent. The labor force participation is now at 62.8 percent ...

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The largest states in the US

Alaska is the largest state in the U.S. but also the one with the lowest population density. It has a population of about 730,000 individuals and a total area of 1,723,337 km2. Alaska is actually an island and doesn’t share borders with any other US state. It was bought from ...

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Nevada: One-in-five residents is foreign-born

The analysis of a new research from The Partnership for a New American Economy found that Nevada’s immigrant population, a state which is most known for the famous Las Vegas, is 19 percent of the overall population, up from 8.7 percent in 1990. There are now 548,186 foreign-born residents and ...

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Hispanic immigrants helped the US economy through recession times

Businesses owned by immigrants helped the U.S. economy during the most recent recession, new study shows. According to a report from the Partnership for a New American Economy, an association which has analyzed the financial contributions of various immigrant groups in the U.S., entrepreneurship rates among Hispanics actually increased between ...

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Best things to do in New York City

New York City is without a shadow of a doubt one of the greatest cities in the world. From the iconic Statue of Liberty and the Brooklyn Bridge to the upscale Manhattan and the vivacity of Times Square, New York seems to have it all: history, arts, and culture. There ...

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IT sector grows faster than overall national employment

The U.S. is one of the world’s major producers and exporters of IT services. Some of the biggest high-tech companies have their headquarters in the States and it is a known fact that they are constantly recruiting skilled specialists. It is expected, thus, that this sector is in continuous expansion. ...

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The US will allow more immigrants from Central America

The U.S. government has just announced an expansion to an existing refugee program to allow more people from violent Central America countries to enter the United States. The program covers immigration from Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador. Children under the age of 21, from any of these three countries, who ...

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