Post Tagged with: "citizenship"

Emancipation Proclamation

Emancipation Proclamation

January 1, 2018 Monday, January 1st. For Americans in 1863, this day was not one especially suited to a greeting of “Happy New Year.” But in a nation riven by Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln used the occasion of the […]

by · January 1, 2018 · History, News, Profile America
Profile America: Immigration Czech

Profile America: Immigration Czech

Sunday, February 26 — Immigration as an item of government involvement appeared on Colonial America’s shores 351 years ago. Born in Bohemia, essentially today’s Czech Republic, Auguste Herman came to the New World initially to work for the Dutch colony of […]

by · February 26, 2017 · Profile America
Today’s Verdict: Immigration and Expanding the H-1B Visa Program

Today’s Verdict: Immigration and Expanding the H-1B Visa Program

IMMIGRATION:  THE NEED TO CONTINUE AND EXPAND THE H-1B VISA PROGRAM   BY DAVID P. LESCH, Esq The issue of immigration is once again front and center as President-elect Trump is poised to take over a much-divided country.  Earlier this week […]

by · December 11, 2016 · Today's Verdict

Profile America: Indian Citizenship 

Today, there are over 2 million single-race American Indians possessing full citizenship, and 566 federally recognized tribes.

by · July 1, 2016 · Cultures, Profile America
Polanco Politics: Confronting Dominican Racial Injustice

Polanco Politics: Confronting Dominican Racial Injustice

Polanco Politics: Confronting Dominican Racial Injustice by Juan Carlos “J.C.” Polanco, Esq., MBA Born in the Dominican Republic but stripped of their citizenship, the children of Haitians living there are now being forced out of the only home country they […]