Why our immigrants face problems in the USA: can this be mistaken for Russophobia

The United States has traditionally been considered the most immigrant-friendly country. Almost every American is related to those who came here in search of a better life: several years, decades, or even a couple of centuries ago. It is difficult to surprise someone here with an accent or national diversity. ...

The decision to grant asylum in the United States was transferred under the jurisdiction of USCIS: this will speed up the procedure, but reduce the chances of some asylum seekers

The Biden administration announced on March 24 that it had finalized rules that would change the asylum process along the southern border, CBS reported. Although federal officials have said the plan will initially be implemented on a small scale starting in late spring. The long-awaited rule will accelerate the government's ability to…

Asylum seekers from Russia are not allowed to enter the United States from Mexico

Immigrant rights advocates report that despite US commitments to take in people fleeing Ukraine, asylum seekers from Russia, including those who oppose the Putin regime, are now finding it harder to get in, reports TheHill. In recent months, the number of Ukrainian and…

A great solution for new migrants: how to get money without having a credit history in the USA

Anyone who has experienced immigration can attest that the first years of life in a new country are the most difficult. New arrivals are often forced at first to take on any job, often for a rather low salary. At the same time, the possibility of obtaining a banking…

How Immigrants, Including Illegals, Get Higher Education in America

What do DACA beneficiaries and undocumented individuals need to do to continue their education and go to college, according to CitizenPath. According to a recent report, about 100 undocumented students graduate from US high schools each year. And although education in US public schools up to grade 000 ...

How to avoid typical mistakes of Russian-speaking immigrants in the USA

The USA is a country of opportunities, where everyone has the opportunity to realize themselves. And yet, Russian-speaking immigrants often complain that ignorance of the unwritten code of the local culture of communication often not only interferes with adaptation, but can also significantly complicate life in a new country. ...

From a small shop to a huge network: how immigrants from Russia founded a famous supermarket in the USA

Stop&Shop is a popular supermarket chain. It is now part of the Ahold Delhaize Group, a large Dutch giant with almost 6800 stores in Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Romania, Serbia and the USA. But it all started with a small shop opened by immigrants from the Russian…

From smells to bread and brooms: what our immigrants yearn for abroad

Homesickness can happen to a person who emigrated many years ago, as well as to an ordinary tourist who took a two-week vacation to soak up the sun. As soon as we go abroad, as something that used to be always at hand, suddenly, in view of ...

Illegal immigrants will be allowed on planes in the US on arrest warrants instead of ID

The Transportation Security Administration confirmed Jan. 22 that it is allowing illegal immigrants to use arrest warrants as an alternative form of identification to board a plane, FoxNews reported. “For non-U.S. citizens who do not have acceptable forms of identification to present to…

Immigration courts can't keep up with the flow of cases: delays continue to grow

In 2021, U.S. immigration court backlogs reached almost 1,6 million. According to Syracuse University's Clearinghouse on Access to Transaction Records, which tracks immigration court data, the number of such cases increased faster from October to December, writes CNN.

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