How immigration dramatically shaped the World Cup

While watching the group matches during this year’s World Cup, it’s easy to notice the number of players who had the option to play for different national teams.
The decisions of some of the best players in the World clearly affected the teams they chose and, of course, the teams they didn’t. At the same time, the composition of the teams reflects the immigration policies of each country.

Permanent Residents: Last Call to Vote in Presidential Elections

With the ever important presidential elections looming in November, permanent residents need to begin the naturalization process now if they want to have a say in who our next president will be.
The future of issues such as Deferred Action of Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and the use of immigration raids rests in the hands of the president elected this November. Only US citizens can vote for president and the naturalization process can take several months, so I recommend beginning the process by the end of February.

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