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Tips for answering citizenship questions

Are you eligible to apply for US citizenship? Thousands of new Americans are eligible, but they worry about answering the citizenship questions. The US government plans to raise the application fee by more than $500 i tēnei tau. If you or someone you know wants to become a citizen, applying soon will save hundreds of dollars. ... Pānuitia atu

Attitudes toward immigrants are more positive than you think

Although it may seem that recent shifts in US policy reflect a negative change in American attitudes toward immigrants, the opposite is actually true. Gallop, a respected national polling organization, has been asking questions about immigration since the 1960s. In nearly every category of questions about immigration, their results show that American attitudes toward immigrants ... Pānuitia atu

2019 – a year in US immigration and asylum

This week, the New York Times published its “Year in Pictures” for 2019. I couldn’t help noticing how many of the photos showed migrants, manene, and refugees. The powerful images made me think of the many changes and new rules in US immigration there have been this year for migrants, manene, asylum seekers and refugees ... Pānuitia atu

rerenga Āwhina me manene i roto i te USA

Na roto i te horo'araa ki USAHello, tautoko koe i te hangarau me te mātauranga e angitu tokoni manene i roto i te USA.

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What you need to be warm

Neil Gaiman is a celebrated writer and a goodwill ambassador for UNHCR. He wrote a poem using ideas and images from tweets he received from his followers on Twitter. Neil Gaiman had asked his followers to tell him about something that reminded them of warmth. He received almost 1,000 responses. Here is his poem. “He aha ... Pānuitia atu