Ten signs by which Americans unmistakably identify Russian-speaking immigrants

Russian-speaking immigrants have their own special habits by which any American can easily figure them out. 10. Take off your shoes Any Russian-speaking person, as soon as he gets into a house in the United States, immediately begins to take off his shoes, because this is how we were taught from childhood. At…

In Florida, a girl from a Russian-speaking family dies while scuba diving

Authorities said a Massachusetts woman died while snorkeling in the Florida Keys, Yahoo writes. 25-year-old Katherine (possibly Katerina) Bukharova was pronounced dead at the Fisherman's Hospital late on Sunday evening, June 13, after ...

'We need to speak from a position of strength': Russian-speaking residents of the United States turned to Biden before his meeting with Putin

Representatives of ethnic Belarusians and immigrants from Russia living in the country are asking the US President to put the issue of human rights squarely, “Voice of America” writes. On the eve of the summit of Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin, emigrants from Russia and Belarus residing in the USA turned to ...

How US citizens enter Ukraine, Russia or Belarus in 2021

The world is gradually recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic. But many countries still keep their borders closed to non-citizens, or set a series of rules for entry. This situation made it difficult for immigrants from post-Soviet countries with American citizenship to visit their relatives and ...

'Always forward': how a Russian-speaking immigrant came to the USA with $ 500 and built a multimillion-dollar business

Russian-speaking immigrant Mark Pugachev is now a technology professional CEO and founder of the Pugachev Concierge Service. Since 2014, his company has rented luxury cars, real estate, yachts and private flights in Miami, Florida. Turnover of his business in 2020 ...

In Florida, a Russian-speaking immigrant was brutally beaten by a neighbor for no reason

In Florida, a Russian-speaking immigrant was attacked by a neighbor. As a result of the severe beating, her nose and cheekbone were broken. Writes about this Local10. A Broward County woman was attacked outside her home in Wilton Manors. The victim, Maria Krasnova, said that she tried to help her ...

'This is a ray of hope': how the Russian-speaking diaspora in the USA supports political prisoners in Russia

In the United States, the campaign “Letters to Political Prisoners” has started - a new project of the Russian-speaking diaspora in the United States, aimed at drawing attention to the problems of human rights in Russia, reports “Voice of America”. Everyone is invited to send postcards to Russian political prisoners in order to morally support people persecuted for their ...

Russian-speaking boy in Florida died because of a driver who passed a red light: his organs were sent for a transplant

A family of Russian-speaking immigrants from South Florida donated organs to their 11-year-old son after the boy had an accident. The details were shared by the WSVN edition. Anthony Resnik died two weeks after he was hit by a car while crossing the street in Sunny Isles Beach. It…

In the fight for the 'American foundations': how Russian-speaking immigrants are going to vote in the elections

The pre-election polarization of American society has not spared the Russian-speaking community either. Among the emigrants from post-Soviet countries, there were both convinced supporters of the incumbent president and his implacable opponents. Fears and Hopes The main arguments of those who are going to vote for the incumbent US President Donald Trump are ...

'Why I'm a Republican': Russian-speaking immigrant shared her election sympathies

Why am I a Republican? If you asked me about this a year ago, you would have heard the answer: "Because Republicans do not give out benefits to everyone." And since I have worked all my life and achieved everything with my hard work, I support this approach: ...

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