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    Posted on January 15th, 2013

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    How to Find the Best Places to be an Immigrant

    How to Find the Best Places to be an Immigrant

    Here are five best places to be an immigrant.

    Ireland

    14 percentage of its population are immigrants. Ireland is unique in the political rights to noncitizens, which include voting, joining the police force, and running for local office. Although a few incidents o[...] Read More...

  • Immigration

    Posted on January 26th, 2012

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    How to Act when the Police Pull You Over (USA)

    How to Act when the Police Pull You Over (USA)

    You might be nervous about what’s going to happen when you get pulled over, but remember that officers are the ones who have every right to be nervous; they never know what to expect. Generally, the more you do to help ensure the officer’s safety the more you ensure your own.

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  • Immigration

    Posted on January 23rd, 2012

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    How to Get a Job in New Zealand

    How to Get a Job in New Zealand

    People are moving to New Zealand for the employment and different lifestyle. Life down under is never the same again for the people who make the move to this tranquil and beautiful Land of the Long White Cloud. It is not all days of wine and roses, however. Learn about the plus and minuses, before you set sail!

    Steps

    1. Check with New Ze[...] Read More...

  • Immigration

    Posted on January 19th, 2012

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    How to Become a Citizen of France

    How to Become a Citizen of France

    France, officially known as the French Republic, is the second largest country in Europe, and the fourth most populated country in Europe with over 60 million people. A citizen of France is entitled to permanently live in France, work in France, vote in France and have access to public benefits offered by the French government. According to Fran[...] Read More...

  • Immigration

    Posted on January 17th, 2012

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    How to Become a Thai Resident

    How to Become a Thai Resident

    Are you thinking of being a Thai resident? Read our “Eligibility To Become A Thai Resident” !

    Steps

    1. Understand that To apply under Section 40, an alien must: 1.Currently hold a passport of his/her nationality with a non-immigrant visa type that allows him/her to stay in Thailand on the basis of a one year visa extension for a tot[...] Read More...

  • Immigration

    Posted on January 10th, 2012

    Written by Edward Burke

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    How to Replace a Lost Identification Card in Arizona

    How to Replace a Lost Identification Card in Arizona

    A state identification card may be used in Arizona in place of a driver’s license. The ID card can serve as positive identification whenever necessary. Unlike a driver’s license, the identification card will not permit you operate a motor vehicle. Use these t[...] Read More...

  • Immigration

    Posted on January 5th, 2012

    Written by Edward Burke

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    How to Apply for a Visa to the United States if You’re from Mexico

    So you want to know the steps to filing a petition for a relative immigrant in or outside the United States.

    Steps

    1. The first step to gaining permanent residence for any foreign relative of a U.[...] Read More...

  • Immigration

    Posted on December 30th, 2011

    Written by Edward Burke

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    How to Adopt a Baby in California

    How to Adopt a Baby in California

    Like every state, California has its own set of adoption laws. While enlisting the help of an adoption lawyer is probably the best way to understand the complicated legal process, there are still a few things you should know about how to adopt a baby in California.

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    1. Find out what type of adoption you are going to engage in [...] Read More...

  • Immigration

    Posted on December 28th, 2011

    Written by Edward Burke

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    How to Emigrate from the US to Canada As a Skilled Worker or Professional

    How to Emigrate from the US to Canada As a Skilled Worker or Professional

    Skilled workers are selected as permanent residents based on their education, work experience, knowledge of English and/or French, and other criteria that have been shown to help them bec[...] Read More...

  • Immigration

    Posted on December 24th, 2011

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    How to Get Electronic Monitoring for Bail or Immigration Release

    How to Get Electronic Monitoring for Bail or Immigration Release

    Many people who are in custody awaiting a Bail or Immigration hearing do not realize how important it is to have a solid “release plan” to offer the Court or Immigration authorities. Don’t wait for your fr[...] Read More...

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