These brothers were born in Toronto, but their parents were Russian spies, so

These brothers were born in Toronto, but their parents were Russian spies, so
Alexander and Timothy Vavilov, 21 and 25, are the children of Elena Vavilova and Andrey Bezrukov, Russian operatives who were sent to Canada to develop “legends” that would mask their spying activities in the United States. The parents stole the …
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FEATURE | Blue card holders' spouses can't work | 'There's a waste of existing
Trang, who wishes to go by her first name only, says that applying for a blue card of her own might be too challenging: “The company needs to have a quota, because even if I am living here, I'm not considered local.” Meanwhile, having to bring … They …
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How widespread are U.S. births by foreign tourists and undocumented migrants?
And once they did give birth, they got passports for their kids and then they returned to China. So they, you know, may at one point may want to send their kids back here for education, but their main purpose is to get a U.S. passport and all of the …
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