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Immigrant's Weekly August 1, 2005
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DOS Opens Worldwide Business Visa Center

The Department of State announced the opening of a worldwide business visa center. According to the DOS press release, the Business Visa Center will assist American businesses by explaining the visa process when they invite employees or current and prospective business clients and partners to the US. This involves providing information to US companies about the application process for visas for those seeking to travel to the US for business purposes. For more information, see here.

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Naturalization
Gregory Siskind writes "The ultimate goal of many immigrants to the US is citizenship through naturalization, which is the acquisition of citizenship after birth."



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Dear Editor:
My father lived in the US and was a lawful resident of the US. He was to get his citizenship on the 20th of sept 2001 but unfortunately lost his life in the WTC terrorist attacks in the south tower. He had married an american woman to get the citizenship. We are his six (6) children, including me. My father wanted us to have a better standard of living and education hence he wanted us to live in America. But now the US government doesnt consider us to be worthy to be Americans. Is there any provision by means of which we can file a petition like I-130?

Syed Fatha

Dear Editor:
Please, could you help me know the extent at which the deliberation of the Dream Act has gone?

Abip


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