July 4, 2015

4th Of July Trivia Facts 2015: 15 Fun Things To Know About Independence Day

4th Of July Trivia Facts 2015: 15 Fun Things To Know About Independence Day


4th Of July Trivia Facts 2015: 15 Fun Things To Know About Independence Day

Happy birthday, America! Picnics, barbeques, cold drinks and fireworks: These are just some of the staples of the Fourth of July. But without America’s Founding Fathers -- George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, James Madison, Alexander Hamilton and James Monroe -- there wouldn’t be an Independence Day to celebrate.
While most Americans know that the U.S.’s birthday is celebrated on July 4, it’s a misconception that all the signers of the Declaration of Independence signed it on the Fourth of July. For more fun facts about America’s Independence Day, keep reading:
1. How many people signed the Declaration of Independence on July Fourth?
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Two.
2. What day did most signers of the Declaration of Independence actually sign the document?
Aug. 2, 1776.
3. Did you know which president was born on July 4? 
It was Calvin Coolidge, the 30th president, in 1872.
4. Which three presidents died on the Fourth of July: 
They were three of the first five presidents: John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe. The second president, Adams, and the third, Jefferson, both died in 1826, the 50th anniversary.
5. Most of the Founding Fathers agreed that July Fourth is the correct day to celebrate America’s independence from Great Britain -- except one. Who is it and why? 
Adams thought July 2, the day the Second Continental Congress voted in Philadelphia to declare independence from Britain, would be the day patriots celebrated. “The Second Day of July 1776, will be the most memorable Epocha, in the History of America,” Adams wrote on July 3. “It ought to be solemnized with Pomp and Parade, with Shews, Games, Sports, Guns, Bells, Bonfires and Illuminations from one End of this Continent to the other from this Time forward forever more.
6. When did the Fourth of July become a legal federal holiday? 
1870. Then, in 1938, Congress reaffirmed the holiday to make sure all workers received full pay.
7. Is there something written on the back of the Declaration of Independence?  
Yes! It’s said the following is written upside down and backwards:  “Original Declaration of Independence dated 4th July 1776.” It’s not known who wrote it, or when. In Revolutionary War years, parchment was rolled up, so this probably served as a message.
8. The Nathan’s Fourth of July Hot Dog Contest has become an annual tradition. How did it start? 
It’s a pretty cute story: Legend has it that four immigrants got into an argument over who was most patriotic. To prove themselves, they ate as many hot dogs as they could handle -- because nothing says America like excess.
9. America isn’t the only nation that celebrates the Fourth of July. Which other countries do, and why? 
It might sound odd, but if you celebrate the Fourth of July outside the U.S., you still might see fireworks in Denmark, England, Norway, Portugal and Sweden. This is because thousands of people emigrated to the U.S. in the early 1900s. Some European celebrations on the Fourth take place near tourist destinations -- to attract U.S. travelers -- or near American military bases.
10. When were fireworks first used to celebrate July Fourth? 
1777. Congress chose fireworks as a way to celebrate the first anniversary. They were ignited over Philadelphia. The celebration also included bonfires and bells.
11. How many people lived in the U.S. when the Declaration was signed?
2.5 million.
12. What baseball player threw a 4-0 no-hitter against the Boston Red Sox on July 4, 1983?
New York Yankees pitcher Dave Righetti. It was the first no-hitter in 27 years.
13. Which newspaper first printed the Declaration of Independence? 
The Pennsylvania Evening Post
14. Which president first held a Fourth of July celebration at the White House?
Thomas Jefferson
15. Which country gained independence from the United States on July Fourth? 
The Philippines did in 1946.

July 1, 2015

Fast-Track Green Card Program Swells With New Interest - THE WALL STREET JOURNAL



Fast-Track Green Card Program Swells With New Interest

Wealthy investors from Brazil, Russia and Vietnam are eager to get a foothold in U.S.


Developer Jeff Berkowitz, who has tapped EB-5 funds for several projects, said he expects to raise 60% of the $270-million price tag for his new Skyrise Miami entertainment and observation tower, shown in rendering, from foreign investors. PHOTO: BERKOWITZ DEVELOPMENT


Developer Jeff Berkowitz, who has tapped EB-5 funds for several projects, said he expects to raise 60% of the $270-million price tag for his new Skyrise Miami entertainment and observation tower, shown in rendering, from foreign investors.Photo: Berkowitz Development

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A sometimes controversial federal program that offers a fast track to green cards for foreigners who invest in the U.S. is attracting interest from new regions, including countries such as Brazil, Russia and Vietnam.
At the same time, soaring demand from China for the EB-5 immigrant investor program is delaying the processing of applications and the issuing of visas. 
Under the program, a foreigner and his or her immediate family are eligible for U.S. permanent residency if the individual invests $500,000 in a project in an area of high unemployment that generates at least 10 jobs. Participation offers a quick path to a green card, in less than a year for some applicants, which can take a decade to obtain through a U.S. employer or relative.
“We have seen markets growing that had not been EB-5 players in the past,” said Peter Joseph, executive director of Invest in the USA, an industry trade organization for the program. 
Foreigners in the program channeled nearly $2 billion into construction, the film industry and other sectors such as mining in fiscal 2013, the latest year with figures available. Construction accounts for the lion’s share, including residential building as well as hospitals, hotels and office development.
In all, 10,928 foreigners applied to invest in the U.S. through the program in the fiscal year ended Sept. 30, up more than 70% from 6,346 a year earlier. The program, launched in 1990 to spur job growth, had just 486 applications in 2006, according to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the agency that runs the program. Along with the growth, some critics say the program benefits richer areas instead of the intended rural and urban poor, and that it amounts to putting U.S. citizenship up for sale.
Carlo Barbieri, president of Oxford Group, a Boca Raton, Fla., consultancy, said there is a new appetite for the program in Brazil. “Three years ago, we’d get two inquiries per semester. Now we’re getting 30 a month.” 
Political scandals that have shaken Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and unsettled the country’s economy are spurring demand, he said.
Like the Chinese, EB-5 investors from other emerging countries tend to be wealthy individuals eager for a foothold in the U.S., often due to concerns about long-term economic and political stability at home.
Return on investment is secondary for many Chinese, who tend to focus on the opportunity to enroll their children in U.S. colleges that eventually can lead to jobs here, experts say, and choose to invest in large projects that are managed by others.
Many Brazilians, on the other hand, have started their own small EB-5 projects, such as assisted-living facilities, day-care centers and restaurant chains. “Brazilians want control over their investments,” said Mr. Barbieri.
From the Gulf region, investors are often Indians who have built lucrative careers or businesses in Dubai but aren’t entitled to citizenship there. The program enables them to settle in the U.S. when they retire. 
“They’re looking at EB-5 more as traditional investors,” said Laurie Newton, director of development for Mount Snow ski resort in Vermont, who is raising money in the Gulf region for an expansion project. “It’s not only for their children.” Ms. Newton just traveled to Vietnam to tap interest there. 
In Florida, developer Jeff Berkowitz, who has tapped EB-5 funds for several projects, said he expects to raise 60% of the $270-million price tag for his new Skyrise Miami tower from foreign investors.
“The Chinese market is obviously more organized and mature,” said Mr. Berkowitz. But, he said, “We are attracting investors from the [Persian] Gulf, Southeast Asia and Latin America.”
U.S. attorneys Shai Zamanian and Preeya Malik in 2013 set up STEP America, an EB-5 consultancy in Dubai, because “there was so much demand in the Gulf region, it made sense to move there,” said Mr. Zamanian.
Among their clients is Neha Shah, an Indian introduced to the program in January who applied the next month. “I will move to the U.S. when my visa comes through,” said Ms. Shah, who works in health care and the diamond business. 
STEP America has also begun to receive inquiries from Iranians, said Mr. Zamanian. 
China, the main driver of the program’s growth, represented about 80% of the entrepreneur petitions in 2014, and U.S. consultants continue to target that country. In March, a traveling exhibition entitled “Invest In America, Migrate To A New Life Abroad” showcased about 100 EB-5 projects and offered seminars to thousands of potential investors in several Chinese cities. 
Appetite among American developers for this alternative source of capital continues to be hefty. During the last recession, EB-5 investors became a coveted new source of low-interest financing. 
Because of the program’s popularity there, Chinese applicants for EB-5 visas now face a nearly two-year wait to obtain them and that wait is likely to grow. 
All told, the backlog of investor applications that the U.S. is yet to process, meanwhile, has reached nearly 13,700 for all nationalities, as the number of investors from other countries climbs quickly, too. 
“Many children of Chinese investors are graduating students who anticipated staying in the U.S. after completion of college and now face a two-year wait,” said Bernard Wolfsdorf, a lawyer who specializes in investor visas. “Many of them will have to leave and wait back home until they are eligible to immigrate.”

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June 26, 2015

USA GREEN CARD : Zuckerberg donates $5M to scholarship fund for undocumented immigrants

Zuckerberg donates $5M to scholarship fund for undocumented immigrants


Facebook CEO calls the donation an "investment" in 400 undocumented students in the San Francisco Bay Area.




Zuckerberg donates $5M to scholarship fund for undocumented immigrants


Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg donates $5 million to a scholarship fund for undocumented students. James Martin/CNET
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, have made a $5 million donation to a scholarship fund that helps undocumented immigrants attend college.
In a Facebook post Wednesday, Zuckerberg called the donation to TheDream.US fund an "investment" toward creating scholarships for more than 400 undocumented students in the San Francisco Bay Area during the next five years. Noting that many young immigrants attend school legally in the US, Zuckerberg said a lack of documentation is often a stumbling block to a college education and federal aid.
"America was founded as a nation of immigrants," Zuckerberg wrote in his post announcing the donation. "We ought to welcome smart and hardworking young people from every nation, and to help everyone in our society achieve their full potential. If we help more young immigrants climb the ladder to new opportunities, then our country will make greater progress."
A longtime proponent of immigration reform, Zuckerberg argued in 2013 that changes to immigration and visa policy were necessary to boost the US economy and job market. In March of that year, he was part of a group of tech executives that sent a letter to President Barack Obama that said the system hampers hiring and R&D due to visa shortages, green card delays, and issues that arise when employees have family members who would also need to gain residency.
Founded in 2013 by former Washington Post publisher Don Graham and Bill Ackman, CEO of Pershing Square Capital Management, among others, The Dream provides $25,000 in scholarship aid to help undocumented students earn bachelor's degrees at national partner colleges.
In specifying the donation's focus, Zuckerberg said he and his wife "wanted to help extend their efforts in the Bay Area as part of our ongoing efforts to support social and economic programs in our local community."
While hefty, the donation pales in comparison to others made by Zuckerberg, who is part of a campaign led by Microsoft founder Bill Gates and investor Warren Buffett to get the richest people in the US to donate most of their wealth to philanthropic causes. Zuckerberg's first major project was giving $100 million in Facebook stock to public schools in Newark, N.J., in 2010. Two years later, Zuckerberg pledged 18 million Facebook shares to the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, a donation that at the time was worth nearly $500 million.


SAME-SEX MARRIAGE NOW THE LAW IN USA


 USA: SAME-SEX MARRIAGE NOW THE LAW 



Supreme Court rules states must allow same-sex marriage - CNNPolitics.com

Washington (CNN)In a landmark opinion, the Supreme Court ruled Friday that states cannot ban same-sex marriage, handing gay rights advocates their biggest victory yet.
The 5-4 ruling had Justice Anthony Kennedy writing for the majority with the four liberal justices. Each of the four conservative justices wrote their own dissent.
The far-reaching decision settles one of the major civil rights fights of this era -- one that has rapidly evolved in the minds of the American pubic and its leaders, including President Barack Obama. He struggled publicly with the issue and ultimately embraced same-sex marriage in the months before his 2012 re-election.
"No union is more profound than marriage, for it embodies the highest ideals of love, fidelity, devotion, sacrifice and family," Kennedy wrote. "In forming a marital union, two people become something greater than they once were."
In a dissent, Justice Antonin Scalia blasted the Court's "threat to American democracy."
"The substance of today's decree is not of immense personal importance to me," he wrote. "But what really astounds is the hubris reflected in today's judicial Putsch." 
The relevant cases were argued earlier this year. Attorney John Bursch, serving as Michigan's Special Assistant Attorney General, defended four states' bans on gay marriage before the Court, arguing that the case was not about how to define marriage, but rather about who gets to decide the question.
The case came before the Supreme Court after several lower courts overturned state bans on gay marriage. A federal appeals court had previously ruled in favor of the state bans, with Judge Jeffrey Sutton of the Sixth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals writing a majority opinion in line with the rationale that the issue should be decided through the political process, not the courts.
Fourteen couples and two widowers challenged the bans. Attorneys Mary Bonauto and Doug Hallward-Driemeier presented their case before the Court, arguing that the freedom to marry is a fundamental right for all people and should not be left to popular vote.
Same-sex marriage in the U.S.
Same-sex marriage in the U.S. 33 photos
Three years after President Barack Obama first voiced his support for gay couples' right to marry, his administration supported the same sex couples at the Supreme Court.
"Gay and lesbian people are equal," Solicitor General Donald B. Verrilli Jr. told the justices at the oral arguments earlier this year. "It is simply untenable -- untenable -- to suggest that they can be denied the right of equal participation in an institution of marriage, or that they can be required to wait until the majority decides that it is ready to treat gay and lesbian people as equals. 
The same-sex couples who challenged gay marriage bans in Michigan, Tennessee, Kentucky and Ohio were just a few of the estimated 650,000 same-sex couples in the United States, 125,000 of whom are raising children. 
The challenges included same-sex couples who wanted to marry, those who sought to have their lawful out-of-state marriage recognized, as well as those who wanted to amend a birth or death certificate with their marriage status.
The lead plaintiff in the case is Jim Obergefell who married his spouse John Arthur in 2013 months before Arthur died.
The couple, who lived in Ohio, had to travel to Maryland aboard a medical jet to get married when Arthur became gravely ill. And when Arthur died, Obergefell began to fight to be recognized as Arthur's spouse on his death certificate. 
The plaintiffs from Michigan are April DeBoer and Jayne Rowse, two Detroit-area nurses who are also foster parents. They took to the courts after they took in four special-needs newborns who were either abandoned or surrendered at birth, but could not jointly adopt the children because Michigan's adoption code requires that couples be married to adopt.
Sgt. Ijpe Dekoe and Thomas Kostura became plaintiffs in the gay marriage case after they moved to Tennessee from New York. 
The pair had married in New York in 2011, but Dekoe's position in the Army took the couple to Tennessee, which banned gay marriage and refused to recognize gay marriages performed in other states.

June 13, 2015

Forbes Names Miami As America's Happiest City To Work In

Forbes Names Miami As America's Happiest City To Work In


The City of Miami As Seen From Brickell Avenue
Forbes Magazine just named Miami as the USA's happiest city to work in. Miami was ranked #1 because of factors such as enjoying a lifestyle outside of the work environment, and overall career happiness. Will this be a boon for Miami real estate?

According to the Forbes report, Miami is followed by Sacramento, California; Las Vegas, Nevada; and Orlando, Florida. Unfortunately, Cleveland, Ohio, home of former Miami Heat star Lebron James, whose Miami house is still on the market for sale, came in as the worst and unhappiest place to work in America . 



June 12, 2015

Air Travel : Airlines shrink carry-on bag size

Airlines could shrink carry-on bag size

June 10

LONDON

It could be time to trade in your suitcase for a slimmer model. 

The International Air Transport Association has put out a recommendation that cabin bags be 21.5 x 13.5 x 7.5 inches to create more space for passengers to store luggage.

Airlines set their own carry-on limits but the recommendation, if adopted, could lead them to trim bag sizes at most major carriers.

No North American carriers have yet accepted the IATA guidance but Emirates, Lufthansa (DLAKF) and seven others have. 

Southwest Airlines (LUV) and American Airlines (AAL) said they don't have any plans to change carry-on guidelines. Southwest passengers would be among the hardest hit if IATA's recommendation becomes standard across the industry. They would lose about 40% in bag space. 

People flying on American or Delta Air Lines(DAL) would need bags roughly 20% smaller. 

Related: Airlines saved $3.4 billion. You saved 66 cents 

IATA, which represents carriers that make up around 80% of air traffic, is working with manufacturers to produce suitcases that fit its specifications.

Those cases will display a "Cabin OK" logo.

Flying with one of the carriers who has signed up doesn't mean you have to downsize, but a sleeker case will boost your chances of getting overhead locker space on a full flight.

The airlines will prioritize bags that fit the size recommendations over bigger cases.

Related: Why planes used to fly half full

It may be good news for luggage makers but air travelers won't be pleased.

They're already being hit by a growing array of fees, including charges to check bags

And busy executives won't want to risk boarding with their luggage only to have it relegated to the hold.

The guidelines come as the airline industry predicts record profits this year, thanks to cheap oil and more efficient use of planes.

IATA raised its 2015 forecast for net profit to $29.3 billion -- a jump of nearly 80% on last year. Costs may have fallen but few of those savings are being passed on to passengers.

Related: Airline profits could take off in 2015

Here's a list of the airlines that have so far said they will recognize the "Cabin OK" logo:

1. Emirates

2. Lufthansa

3. Avianca

4. Qatar Airways

5. Cathay Pacific

6. China Eastern

7. China Southern

8. Caribbean Airlines

9. Azul




June 7, 2015

Top 7 Immigration Tips for Steering Clear of Pain - Pursuing U.S. Citizenship

Top 7 Immigration Tips for Steering Clear of Pain



The thought of coming to the USA and settling in the country starts with a dream, an aspiration for a better life. There are so many reasons that make one wish to be an American citizen - economic opportunities, superior living conditions, excellent education system and a better social welfare system, among others. 

There’s, however, a slight hitch in being able to do so. 

The entire immigration process and the various laws related to it can seem quite overwhelming to the layman. The application process can be demanding, paperwork-intensive, and in some cases lengthy and troublesome. Don’t let this make you lose hope for your chances of acquiring the U.S. citizenship. 

Here are the top immigration seven tips that will ensure you stay clear of trouble, while applying for U.S. citizenship. 

1. Be Prepared for Delays 

First you need to clearly understand that the U.S. embassy, immigration or U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) receive a huge number of applications and petitions every year. If a delay occurs in the processing of your case, don’t let that discourage you. 

Be prepared with all the required documentation. Negligence in submitting the file consisting of all the necessary paperwork on your part can prevent your application from moving further. 

2. Make Sure You Have Copies of All Records 

Keeping in mind, that there is a high volume of applicants and that you are dealing with a gigantic bureaucracy, it is important that you bear in mind the following points: 

 Make sure to have copies of all your immigration records. 

 Mail your applications using any traceable method. It’s important that you ensure not to send any originals, unless you don’t have any other choice. 

By following the above steps, you will be able to protect yourself against the loss of your documents. 

Loss of documents can create a difficult scenario. Not only will it delay the immigration procedure, you will also have to go through the tedious process of preparing and sending the immigration file all over again. 

3. Say Yes to Multiple Petitions 

One of the smart steps that you can take in the current scenario of rush of applications is to file multiple applications for a green card. If you have more than one relative residing in the U.S., check the possibility of each relative applying for your green card for you. This way, if there is a delay or something happens to any of your family members, you have all your bases covered. Let this act like a backup plan. 

4. Research Is of Utmost Priority 

Educating yourself regarding the various procedures of the U.S. Immigration and the associated laws plays an important role. You need to do your own research before applying for citizenship. And it’s important to see to it that all your sources of information are reliable. Incorrect information can affect your immigration process terribly. 

Also, it’s important to note that everyone’s legal situation is different, so the same rule may not be applicable to everyone. Only through research can you get a clear understanding of your situation. Take your unanswered questions to an immigration attorney or an accredited representative whose reputation you're sure of. 

5. Don’t Dare to Violate Any Laws 

Right from the visa and the work permit to the green card, you need to understand and pay attention to all the minute details of the entire immigration process. You should follow all the rules pertaining to this process carefully. Violating even the minor terms of your visa or green card can result in your visa being canceled or you being deported, for example, working while you are in USA as a tourist. 

Attempting to get around the immigration laws, telling lies in order to qualify for a visa, or covering up any information can lead to a visa denial and permanent bad marks on your immigration record. The safest way to get a visa is to understand the laws associated with it and obey them. 

6. Be Punctual 

The importance of being on time for immigration appointments cannot be emphasized enough. Because status applications are extremely time-sensitive, you need to plan beforehand and ensure that you arrive on time. Not being on time can delay your immigration process to quite an extent. 

7. Don’t Be Afraid to Seek Help 

The paperwork during the immigration process can seem a bit too much to those unfamiliar with it. Should you encounter trouble during the process, the best thing to do is to take help for someone trustworthy. Besides this, you can contact your U.S. Congress person. They can usually make an inquiry for you, which often encourages the USCIS or the consulate to taking appropriate action. 

There is a possibility that you may need legal assistance to deal with the issues you face during the immigration procedure. 

In such a case, or if you feel your immigration situation is complex, or are not feeling confident enough to do the paperwork by yourself, you can simply take the help of an immigration lawyer. Hiring a good immigration lawyer is important. A bad one can further add to your troubles. 

There are a lot of ways to find a good immigration lawyer. Ask friends, colleagues or family members. You could also search for a lawyer on the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) website. AILA is a national association of lawyers and attorneys who teach and practice immigration law, so you can be reasonably certain you're dealing with someone who understands the related law and policies. 

If you're starting your research from scratch, you can search for a lawyer in your area online. Let’s say you are searching for an immigration attorney in Chicago, you could search online for immigration attorney Chicago. This can fetch you a lot of relevant results. 

Conclusion 

The immigration procedure, the paperwork and its various aspects demand your careful attention. Being careless can lead to several negative consequences, as have been stated above. That can be highly demotivating. Instead, follow the above immigration tips and nothing can come in the way of you pursuing a U.S. citizenship. Doing so will save you several hassles that are commonly encountered during the immigration process.al hassles that are commonly encountered during the immigration process.

June 5, 2015

11 Hottest Spots in Miami Now 2015

















11 Hottest Spots in Miami Now

Miami will forever be the land of sugar-sand beaches and rum-soaked dance parties. But rotating fashion exhibits, a $65 five-course tasting menu, and origami workshops? These brand-spanking-new hot spots demand you start packing right now. Kate Donnelly reveals 11 good reasons to visit the Magic City today.

1
1 Hotel South Beach 
The bragging rights are major at the new, eco-chic 1 Hotel South Beach. Housed in a 1925 Collins Avenue landmark, this glam lifestyle property makes a strong impression thanks to its green design savvy. Expect a white, beachy palette, floor-to-ceiling ocean views, warm woods (à la driftwood) and sustainable perks such as terrarium gardens and hemp blend–filled mattresses in the 426 guestrooms. An indoor vertical garden and a fruit stand set the tone in the cool lobby, while the rooftop pool is the place to see and be seen. Up next: Chef Tom Colicchio will soon open his first Miami outpost at the hotel, the farm-to-table Beachcraft.


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