Passport to a better life: citizenship opportunities available to you

Passport to a better life: citizenship opportunities available to you
As the Middle East and African refugee crisis intensifies, having the right passport can be a matter of life and death. The lucky few can now invest in a programme giving them a passport to a better life, as long as they have sufficient means at their …
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Heads up, travelers! 'Passport crisis' could delay your plans
You can renew six months or even a year before your passport expires, to avoid the waiting game. Otherwise, be prepared to to wait as long as 10 weeks for an application to go through. And if you are traveling enough that you are running out of pages …
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How can I renew my daughter's passport?
How can she renew her passport? Does it require her father to be there when she renews? Which documents are required? A: We will be glad to assist your daughter in renewing her US passport. It is always a good idea to keep travel documents current, …
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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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Migrants in Madrid find a better life

Migrants in Madrid find a better life
He is happy that he is settled in Europe and could establish his own business. “For us Europe is better. There is respect for human rights. I can get passport, bring my wife, parents and children to live with me. This is why many people want to come to …
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The Greatest Underwater Show on Earth
As we suit up, the buzz on the dive-deck is louder than the squawking birds, because we know what's below us – sharks, lots and lots of very big sharks! The plan is to do three day dives and one night dive at Wolf, and naively we think this will be enough.
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How a Stranger's Parenting Story Made Me Realize How Life Perspectives Can

How a Stranger's Parenting Story Made Me Realize How Life Perspectives Can
Earlier this week I was at the American embassy in London for a passport renewal. A spirited and chatty British woman from Nottingham (what most of us know as "Robin Hood country") stood in the (very long) cashier's line behind me. Without any …
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McCaul: Western Europeans can fly to U.S. without a visa
However, they do need to complete an online application, and in some cases, U.S. officials will deny them entry. The application covers the basics of name, address, passport number, employment status and so forth. The Department of Homeland Security …
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Hazem Botrous: No passport, no life

My Egyptian friend had enough trouble while he was in Egypt. Now he lives in Turkey, and the Egyptian consulate are refusing to renew his passport. Even afte…
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Stateless in New York: A woman's life as a 'legal ghost'

Stateless in New York: A woman's life as a 'legal ghost'
Currently in the United States without a passport and with her student visa soon expiring, Kareem's best hope to remain in the country is to be granted asylum. She filed a request over two years ago and is awaiting a response but she doubts her …
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Monday's Morning Email: ISIS Causing Massive Refugee Crisis
[NYT] 'MAJOR RENEWAL IN NUCLEAR ARMS' “It is part of a nationwide wave of atomic revitalization that includes plans for a new generation of weapon carriers. … THE BLACKBERRY ISN'T DEAD, YET “The maker of what was once the world's dominant smartphone …
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Wethersfield Library Calendar
Her work can be found in private collections in both the United States and Greece and will be on display in the library during the month of September. … At any time, the library may be reached on the internet at www.wethersfieldlibrary.org where you …
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A day in the life of

A day in the life of
She raves about a recent trip she took to Miami Beach with some of her colleagues. "We had a gay guy, ….. In Colladay's first shift at the airport, he helped a woman who was returning to her native China to renew her passport. He had to navigate U.S …
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Young v Young [2013] EWHC 3637 (Fam)
On 15th December 2005, he acquired 3467 North Moorings Way, Coconut Grove, Miami for $ 6.4 million plus $ 500,000 for the contents with a mortgage from the Bank of Scotland for £3.8 million. The property was purchased through a BVI company, Greenfield …
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Bale & Ramsey wasted for Wales thanks to hopeless Coleman
It is hard to see the FAW's logic in renewing Coleman's contract unless it has conceded that even this talented group of players – Wales' own golden generation – will never qualify for a major tournament. … And not to forget the lost passport before …
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My Life as a Pencil: a reporter's notes from far afield

My Life as a Pencil: a reporter's notes from far afield
Colleagues even began calling me “D Man,” the guy who kept a flak jacket, helmet and passport in his office. I was the magazine's first … To help speed the process, my wife, a fast typist, flew down to transcribe my taped interviews. Culver provided …
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Skeletal Remains In Remote Desert Grave Belong To Family That Went Missing
U-T San Diego reported that investigators found on the family's computer online searches on passport requirements for children traveling to Mexico. Back at their home, it appeared as if they had to make a quick exit, as their dogs were left behind …
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