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Don’t be fooled by scams when applying for a U.S. diversity visa

October 1 marks the opening of registration for the Diversity Visa (DV) Program, which annually awards up to 55,000 U.S. immigrant visas to people from countries with historically low rates of immigration to the United States. For many, winning an immigrant visa to the United States can be a dream come true. But if you’re ...
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The rise of the independent voter

The United States has two major political parties: Democratic and Republican. Ask an American voter which one she or he sides with, and the most likely answer is: “neither.” Recent polls  say at least 4 in 10 Americans identify as politically independent, even if they tend to “lean” Republican or Democratic on the issues. Only 3 in ...
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Want to study in the U.S.? Find out how.

Learn about accredited institutions from all parts of the United States and chat with admissions officers online — all for free. You will be able to attend webinars on undergraduate and graduate study, financial aid and student visas. Participating colleges run the gamut: Large universities, such as Notre Dame and the University of California, Los ...
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Steven Wozencraft Meets with the Embassy and Swedish LGBT Advocates

Steven Wozencraft, Chairman and CEO of JOD Global Philanthropies and an advocate for LGBT rights, visited Stockholm on April 25 and met with Ambassador Brzezinski as well as Swedish civil society and government organizations. Deputy Chief of Mission Robert Gilchrist hosted a breakfast roundtable discussion with some of these groups where Steven described his lifelong ...
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