Standing in Line With Other New Yorkers for Early Voting: It’s Not as Bad as You Think

After waiting in line for two hours, I cast my early ballot in the presidential election as a new American. So grateful to the Brooklyn staff and for everyone making it possible to vote early in a safe and smooth way!

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My Top 5 Best Spots on the Road: Road Trip in Upstate NY

We planned the best road trip from New York City in less than a week. The most rejuvenating experience for New Yorkers such as ourselves, who didn’t escape the city during the 2020 NYC exodus. After all, we made it through months of NYC lockdown and days of curfews.

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About my Estimate Completion Date

Last week, I checked my case status online via my Account on USCIS’ website . I went to processing time tab, then selected the form I applied for, in my case it’s form N-400 Application for Naturalization in office service of Brooklyn, NY. You have a long dropdown menu available, and you can basically select…

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What’s After 5 Years of Lawful Permanent Residency?

To become a U.S. Citizen you must be a Permanent Resident for at least 5 years, be at least 18 years old, be able to read, write, and speak basic English and be a person of good moral character.

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From Haiti to the United States

I am so happy that Reginald agreed to share his story on today’s post. Interestingly, Reggie and I virtually met when I used to Livestream on Periscope. We became friends since, and I have to admit, should meet in person way more often. How was life in Haiti like?   The best part about living in…

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