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Month: October 2012

Rare immigrant scholarship starts taking applications

Thousands of largely undocumented immigrants in Illinois are expected to start applying this Thursday for financial aid for college via a privately funded state scholarship program.  Tuition help to attend college and universities in Illinois can be applied for by immigrants due to the Illinois DREAM Fund, created in 2011 by the passing of state …

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Immigration key to avoiding economic squeeze for ageing nations

If you have ever wanted to know just how the population of the United States managed to increase by nearly 60% between the national censuses of 1965 and 2010 – reaching over 300 million people – the answer is the Hart-Cellar Act, which put an end to a 100-year-old immigration policy that discriminated against non-northern …

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Immigration consultants in overdrive over US visa program

The US government’s recent extension of the EB-5 program to September, which targets immigrant investors, has been giving immigration consultants the motivation they need to swing into action.  These consultants are attempting to reach out to potential investors by growing their operations via the addition of new associates as well as by organizing awareness seminars. …

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