Venezuelans Living in America Can Stay and Work
Over 5.4 million people fled Venezuela due to an economic and political crisis. Opponents of the government are being mistreated and jailed, healthcare has collapsed, and inflation has soared. The Homeland Security Secretary of the US said these extreme and temporary circumstances have caused the US to step forward and support the Venezuelans already living […]
The Best “Food Cities” to Visit When Living in America
There are some cities you visit because of the sights or the shopping, but there are plenty of people that select their vacation spot due to the food in the region. Booking.com recently had a survey that reported over half of American vacationers agreed they pick the destination for the great drink or food, and […]
DV-2019 Green Card Lottery Results Released
The Diversity Visa Program in the United States selects around 100,000 winners from all around the world for the opportunity to receive one of the 50,000 immigrant visas authorized to be issued each year.
Green Card Holders Become US Citizens at Special Ceremony
A group of new American citizens were welcomed by Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court Justice. Her father, a Russian immigrant, arrived in the US at the age of 13.
The Future Looks Bright for IT Jobs in America
With Information Technology (IT) continuing to expand, technology will begin changing in the workplace as people look for new ways to keep their jobs, learn new skills, and keep up with daily tasks.
Immigrants Benefit U.S. Cities
Immigrants make up 13.5 percent of the population of the United States. This is the highest percentage in over 100 years. The number of immigrants in the U.S. rose to over 13.5 million in 1910, from 2.5 million in 1850.
Requirements for Green Card Eligibility
If you and your family are looking to live and work in the United States, the quickest way to do so legally is through the Green Card Lottery.
Applying For a Student Visa
One must be accepted by a United States college or university that is approved by the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) before filing for a student visa.
USAFIS: Top States to Work in America
WalletHub, a finance website, recently ranked the top 15 states for the best places to find work. Rankings were based on factors that include the percentage of employees with health insurance, median annual income based on cost of living, and unemployment rate.
Survey Finds US Small Business Owners Optimistic
Strong hiring and a positive economic outlook sent a measure of small-business confidence higher in July 2017.