U.S Citizenship There are many invaluable advantages to becoming a United States citizen. A U.S. citizen has the right to obtain citizenship for children born abroad, vote, travel across U.S. boarders, and become an elected official or a federal employee. A citizen may also take advantage of U.S. benefits such as Medicare and Social Security.
In 2012, the Obama administration created a discretionary policy allowing deferred action for certain undocumented individuals who came to the United States as children. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA),acts to defer removal action against an individual for the period of two years and is subject to renewal. DACA also provides qualified applicants with work
A permanent resident (Green Card holder) is an individual who has been granted the right to permanently live and be employed in the United States. An alien granted permanent residence status will receive a “permanent resident card,” commonly known as a Green Card. There are several ways in which one can become a permanent resident.
Dear Penelope, You are a remarkable actress and a strikingly beautiful model. I have been following your successful career for years. Your performance in “Vicky Cristina Barcelona” was an inspiring work of art. In fact, I am often complimented on just how much I look like you. That being said, your sudden urge to comment
Watching television is not high on my list of things to do these days. As a second-year law student, there really isn’t much leisure time. But I couldn’t resist tuning in recently to watch “Russian Dolls,” a Lifetime network show that has been billed as the “Russian Jersey Shore,” in which the cameras of reality
My name is Inna Vernikov, and I am an alumna of CUNY Baruch College and a New York City attorney. As a former CUNY student, I am appalled by the events that took place on November 12 on the campus grounds of CUNY’s Hunter College. I am writing to you today in hopes that you will join me