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Why US banned Anita, secrets revealed

Source: Daily Guide “The Anti-Corruption Squad tracked Anita. I don’t know what information they gathered on her, but they flagged her when, instead of going for a conference in New York, she went to California. The conference was for a week, but she never made an appearance at the conference,” Michelle McGowan, the woman at the centre of the Anita De ...

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Anita De-Soso banned from entering USA – US woman claims

A U.S woman aggrieved by the conduct of Anita De-Soso has claimed she has caused the banning of the NDC Women’s Organiser from ever entering the United States. The Women’s Organiser of the National Democratic Congress (NDC)  Anita De-Soso was barred from boarding a Delta Airlines flight bound for New York (NY) at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) in Accra ...

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America to deny corrupt officials visas

Source: citifmonline.com Corrupt government officials from Ghana and all over Africa will be denied visas into the United States as part of moves by the US to clamp down on corruption in Africa. The move, which was initially only applicable to only a number of African countries, will now cover all. Africa has been battling with corruption for decades. The ...

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US Faces Complex Child Immigration Crisis

Source: VOA..Ken Bredemeier July 16, 2014 10:06 AM The United States deported 38 children and their mothers to Honduras this week in the first of what it promises will be regular flights sending illegal Central American immigrants back to their homelands. But the U.S. is finding it difficult to cope with the growing influx of thousands of children, sometimes with ...

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Minister drops US citizenship

Source: Daily Guide The Deputy Minister-designate for Finance and Economic Planning, Mona Helen Kabuki Quartey – who a pro-government newspaper said was an American citizen – yesterday told the Appointments Committee of Parliament that she was indeed having a dual citizenship but completely renounced her American citizenship on Thursday, July 10 – a day before she got vetted by the ...

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Lesbian & Gay Couples Eligible for Green Cards

Source:www.immigrationequality.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 26, 2013   Washington, DC – Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark ruling striking down a core provision of the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), lesbian and gay Americans will now be eligible to apply for green cards on behalf of their foreign national spouses, the organization Immigration Equality announced today. The court ruled today, ...

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Complete A Confidential Immigrant Survey For A Chance To Win USD$100 Or More

ARE YOU AN IMMIGRANT FROM WEST AFRICA? ARE YOU WILLING TO COMPLETE A CONFIDENTIAL SURVEY FOR A CHANCE TO WIN A $300, $200 OR $100 PRIZE? THIS STUDY’S IRB PROTOCOL NUMBER: 14-096 The Research Group on Disparities in Health within the Department of Health and Behavior Studies at Teachers College, Columbia University, in New York, New York is studying the ...

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Status of Immigrant Visa and other Visas

How do I find the status of my immigrant visa? If you have your application receipt number, you may check the following website for information on the status of your visa. The 13-character application receipt number can be found on application notices you have received from the USCIS.   https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/Dashboard.do For inquiries about F-1 or M-1 student visas, or about J-1 ...

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