Say It: 1.7 Million Dominicans in U.S. Are Complicit in Atrocities Happening

Say It: 1.7 Million Dominicans in U.S. Are Complicit in Atrocities Happening
It's guilt by association if you were either born in the D.R. or to Dominican parents in the U.S. There are only about 10 million Dominicans in the whole world; guilt by association is essentially our original sin. The Dominican government is making …
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Life lessons learned in a Home Affairs queue
… bad as that woman who stands behind you in the queue saying “Typical! Welcome to South Africa!” even though it's pretty obvious that we've all already been in South Africa a considerable time. Why is she welcoming us? Does she think this is …
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US: application confusion could stymie admission for foreign students
Problems arise when the application asks a student to enter their name as students can be confused by other terminology such as “full name”, “surname” or “family names” used on different documents like test results or passports. The terms could also …
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How To Complete a Canadian Passport Application

How To Complete a Canadian Passport Application

I am going through this process now and figured I would make a video detailing what I have learned about it so far.
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Go to : http://passportindia.gov.in Step 1 Register through the Passport Seva Portal. (Click on “Register” link under the Apply section on the Home Page). St…
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Geoquiz 2013 – what in the world have you learned?

Geoquiz 2013 – what in the world have you learned?
Which U.S. city likes to say it's located "where the Ashley and Cooper rivers come together to form the Atlantic Ocean"? 16. Are there more people in China or the entire continent of Africa? 17. What begins in a little Cotswolds meadow called Trewsbury …
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UPDATE 4-India applies to UN to try to solve diplomat crisis
NEW YORK, Dec 20 (Reuters) – India asked the United Nations on Friday to accredit a New York-based diplomat who was arrested for visa fraud, in an apparent attempt to defuse a crisis with the United States over her treatment by U.S. authorities who …
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India, US in diplomatic jugglery over Devyani
A U.N. spokesman said the organisation had received an official request from New Delhi to accredit Devyani Khobragade as a member of India's permanent U.N. mission in what seemed to be a move to give her a stronger form of diplomatic immunity …
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