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Best times to visit the U.S.

Regardless of the period of time in which you decide to visit the U.S., chances are you will have the time of your life. From one coastline to another, the country has plenty to offer in terms of sightseeing, nature and entertainment. The peak season runs from May to September, ...

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America’s most beautiful national parks

The U.S. was the first nation to design a set of laws to protect natural landscapes from human intervention. Yellowstone, in Wyoming, is the first national park ever, established by the U.S. Congress in 1872. Yosemite Park in California is a conglomerate of natural wonders. Yosemite Falls is North America’s ...

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10 things the U.S. has given the world

1. The first microwave oven was built in 1945 by American Percy Spencer. Despite the controversies regarding whether it is healthy or not to use it, we must admit that our lives would be much harder without this appliance. There are over 200 million ovens in use worldwide. 2. Jazz ...

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Ten things that you can only find in the U.S.

1. Football. It’s not called American Football for nothing because, in fact, the U.S. is not only the country of origin for this sport but also one of the few where people play the game with such enthusiasm. In Europe, for example, and in many other countries around the world, ...

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The most important holidays in the United States

Like all the great nations, Americans like to celebrate their culture and identity. That is why you will find, apart from worldwide recognized holidays such as Christmas and New Year’s Day, holidays which tell stories about the United States and its history. Many holidays don’t have a fix date and ...

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Top 10 fun jobs that pay well

Some jobs are extremely fun, others pay great, and there are also those few dream positions where you can enjoy yourself while making money. Let’s see some of them. Blimp pilots make about $70.000 per year just by flying around a blimp and advertising for different products. It might sound ...

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What You Need To Know About Birthright Citizenship

First and foremost, birthright citizenship is a constitutional right. According to the Citizenship Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, “All persons born or naturalized in  the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they ...

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Best school districts in the U.S.

With the new academic year recently started, it’s not a bad idea to take a look at the best school districts in the U.S. The ranking is based on academics, teachers, resources and facilities for students, extracurricular activities, health and safety and student culture and diversity. Those who live and ...

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Top Reasons For Visa Denial

While the majority of visa applications are approved, there are certain circumstances which can lead to refusal. In order to avoid going through a bad experience, it is better to learn the main reasons why a visa application is denied. Incomplete documentation If the consular officer doesn’t have the necessary ...

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