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What you should know about the US student visa

There are almost one million international students enrolled in schools across the U.S. Obtaining a student visa is not quite a piece of cake but is 100% worth the effort. The experience itself, of living, studying and sometimes working during the studies, is what convinces many applicants to pursue a ...

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One in 3 US Latino immigrants engage in politics

People living in the U.S. either legally or without documents cannot vote in elections. They can, however, participate in politics in many other ways, and according to a recent study, they often engage in political actions. The study, developed by two university professors and political scientists, used data from a ...

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US non-farm payrolls expected to rise

Economists expect the next US job report to show an increase of non-farm payrolls. According to the Markit PMI employment index, released earlier this week, non-farm payrolls are estimated to have increased 150,000 in June, considerably higher than the 38,000 added in May. Therefore, the total number of jobs is ...

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More immigration judges brought to US courts

The Executive Office for Immigration Review, which functions within the U.S. Department of Justice, has recently announced that 15 new judges have been sworn in to serve the courts around the country. Most of them have been appointed in California, Texas and Pennsylvania, three of the states with the highest ...

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America celebrates Independence Day

On July 4, 1776, the Continental Congress declared that the United States of America make a single and free nation, independent from the British Empire. Independence Day, also known as the Fourth of July or July Forth, is the U.S.’s most important holiday. People participate in parades, carnivals, concerts, fairs, ...

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Study: Highly religious Americans are happier

Americans who pray every day and attend religious services each week are generally happier than the rest of the U.S. population, a new Pew Research Center study finds. They are also more involved in their communities, more likely to do volunteer work and closer to their families. According to the ...

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Youth in summer jobs programs gain several skills

A new report found that U.S. youth, and especially some minority groups, who participate in any of the states’ summer jobs programs have a lot to gain. The study focused on the youth in Boston, following several skills before and after the program. Author Alicia Sasser Modestino concluded that their ...

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Health-care related jobs among the fastest growing in US

Health-care related jobs occupy 13 out of the top twenty fastest-growing occupations in the U.S., a new report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows. However, the job with the highest percentage change of employment between 2014 and 2024 is wind turbine service technician. It is estimated that the job’s ...

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