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How to register to vote in the US Election

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Registration for voting in the US is often done on a state-by-state basis. While this can be frustrating, it also means that each individual has greater control over who represents them and how they choose to vote. There are several ways to register online such as with or TurboVote, but you should always double-check […]

How is the Population of the United States Made Up?

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Population Demographics of the United States The United States has a population of just over 330 million people, making it the 3rd most populated country globally. As a nation mostly descended from immigrants, it comprises an incredibly diverse population, setting it apart from most of the modern world. America’s openness to immigration continues to add […]

Which Presidents Owned Slaves?

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Slave Owning Presidents There were 12 presidents who, at some point in their lives, owned slaves. They were among the first 18 presidents of the United States, and 8 of them were slave owners while still in their tenure as president. George Washington Had 123 Slaves When He Died Did George Washington own slaves? George […]

When was slavery abolished in the US?

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Slavery is probably the biggest blot on the history of the United States. Luckily it did stop and all slaves were released. When did slavery end and when was slavery abolished? Slavery was officially abolished by the ratification of the 13th Amendment in 1865. However, the answer is not so clear. Read on to find […]

How Long is A Green Card Good For?

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For many, many people that have gotten their green card, it can be a bit disheartening to realize that the paperwork isn’t over, or that their new card comes with a few strings attached.

How To Find Someone To Marry For A Green Card

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The process for getting a Permanent Resident Card (i.e., green card) is arguably one of the most difficult things you can do in the U.S., and something millions of Americans never has to even consider simply because of where they were born.