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Not Good Enough: Here is a denied H-1B visa case

A recently published article in New York Times entitled "Is Anyone Good Enough for H-1B Visa" has raised some heated disputes among Americans and immigrants/international people. USCIS: "You Are Not Good Enough" for H-1B Frida Yu, a well-accomplished Chinese lady, has a law degree from Oxford University and an MBA from Stanford.  In her article, [...]
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Apps & Games for College Students

Top Students Develop Plug-in to Combat Fake News

Winning important competitions so awesome job opportunities will follow! Earlier this month in a 36-hour problem-solving hackathon at Yale University, a team of four students developed a plug-in, "Open Mind," to detect fake news.    This team is "getting attention from internet companies and Congress after developing a browser extension that alerts users to fake [...]
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White Pride/White Supremacy/Neo-Nazi in U.S.

Photo: KKK night rally in Chicago (1920) by Underwood & Underwood [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons The seeds of White Supremacy/White Pride have been planted deeply for hundreds of years.  Through the democratization in the United States, the activities of White Supremacy have never completely died down but have expanded through a quiet route.   According to the Wikipedia, [...]
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China-Study Abroad News & Scholarships

4 Chinese Students Arrested for Admissions Cheating Scam

Source: Fox News, May 4, 2017 Article: "4 students accused of college admissions entry scam" About 4 Accused Chinese Students NameYue WangShikun ZhangLeyi HuangXiaomeng ChengAge25242121Studied atHult International Business SchoolNortheastern Univ.Pennsylvania State Univ.Arizona State Univ.Arrested inMassachusetts Massachusetts New JerseyArizona Which U.S. Government Unit Arrested the 4 Students The U.S. Department of Justice Why the 4 Students [...]
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Warning! U.S. Customs Officials May Examine or Seize Your Cell Phone

Ever since the so-called Patriot Act was signed into law by then US President George W. Bush,  American hysteria in post 911 era has led to a continued erosion of our civil liberties along a growing list of government intrusions to our personal privacy.    This is according to an April 28, 2017 published report by Forbes Magazine. Your [...]
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Story: A Victim of U.S. Visa Officials’ Mistake

Personal Info Name: Alaa Alsaabee Country of Citizenship: Syria Gender: Male Education: graduated from Near East University (located in North Cyprus) His Dream to earn a master’s degree in engineering at Wayne State University, located in Detroit, Michigan What Happened? He had an interview scheduled for his student visa in late January.   However, the interview was canceled [...]
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From Being Homeless to Studying Abroad

  Elizabeth Camarillo-Gutierrez, a beautiful young promising girl from Tucson, Arizona, was once one of more than 1,000 homeless students served by Youth On Their Own (YOTO).   As described by Arizona Business Daily, YOTO is “an empowerment agency that offers accountability-based financial assistance and support services to at-risk and homeless youth so they can focus on […]

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