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Places To See In The US – Millennium Park, Chicago

Originally established to celebrate the 2000 millennium year the site was opened 4 years later in 2004. Chicago gets hot in the summer. Cool down at Millennium Park, where giant images of Chicagoans’ faces, broadcasted on a 50-foot-high glass tower, emit a cool...

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Starting A Business In The US As A Foreigner

If you’re a non-US resident or non-US citizen, you CAN start a business in USA. Why start a business in the US?: - Tax advantages: The possibility of U.S.-sourced income being taxed less. - Ease of selling in the U.S. market - Access to U.S. investors, venture capital...

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Buying A Property In The US

U.S. property prices are among the cheapest in the developed world, compared to other countries like UK, Hong Kong, Paris, Stockholm, Sydney etc. In fact, more foreigners are buying U.S. properties. The interest has soared over the last few years because of the...

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University of Southern California

USC is a highly ranked private university with top notch professors and sports programs. It is a private institution that was founded in 1880. Quick facts: - It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 18,794, its setting is urban, and the campus size is 226 acres. -...

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Thousands became naturalized U.S. citizens in May 2018

Forty-seven people were sworn in as American citizens on Friday May 11, 2018 at the U.S. District Court in Tucson. During the previous week over one-thousand people from 48 different countries became citizens at the El Paso County Coliseum. Both had packed houses as...

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Liz Claiborne – Belgian-born fashion designer

Liz Claiborne was a fashion designer and icon who created a clothing empire. She's also the first woman to found a company (Liz Claiborne Inc.) that landed on the Fortune 500 list. Quick facts: - Born in Brussels, Belgium, on March 31, 1929, Anne Elisabeth Jane...

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The Valley of the Names

California is one of the top U.S. destinations. And, one of the treasures that not a lot of people know about is The Valley of the Names. The Valley of the Names a well-preserved monument filled with signatures, dates, messages and drawings created with rocks. For 60...

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Cesar Millan – Secret To Success

Mexican-born immigrant turned entrepreneur, successful bestselling author and Emmy-nominated TV personality, Cesar Millan... “I wanted to be the best dog trainer it the world and I was passionate about it and I believed I can accomplish it. I speak no English, I had...

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