Green Card – Don’t Let Your Dreams of Living in the U.S.A. be Dreams

Have you ever considered living in the United States of America? If yes, let’s find out about the possibilities you have to make your dream come true.

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In order to live in United States you need to get a permanent visa or a Green Card.

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A Green Card is a permanent visa that allows a citizen of another country to live and work legally in the U.S.A. This document may be used as evidence that you are an authorized permanent  resident of U.S. and it may be considered to be the first step towards becoming a naturalized citizen. The major benefit of obtaining a Green Card is that this document doesn’t have any time restriction.

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Asking yourself how to get a Green Card? Well, there are a couple of ways to obtain it. You can receive a Green Card if an immediate member of your family already has it. Another way would be if you get an offer of employment in the U.S. If you invest in a commercial enterprise with at least 10 permanent full time jobs you can become a holder of a Green Card.

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US Bizarre Laws

America is the place for wacky state laws. Each State has it’s own pretty unbelievable things including laws which are odd, laughable and downright bizarre. When packing your bags and heading off to any of these places you should be careful because you never know what weird laws may still be in effect! These laws may be funny, but finding yourself on the wrong side of the law is no laughing matter.

 Here they are, the dumbest laws in America:

  • Illinois: It is illegal to drink beer out of a bucket while sitting on the curb.
  • Iowa: It is illegal to hunt from an aircraft.
  • Kentucky: It is illegal to carry an ice cream cone in your back pocket.
  • West Virginia: It is illegal for children to attend school with there breath smelling of wild onions.
  • Alaska: It is considered an offense to push a live moose out of a moving airplane.
  • California: Illegal to set a mouse trap without a hunting license.
  • Connecticut: It is illegal to walk across the street on your hands.
  • Florida: It is illegal to fart in a public place after 6:00 pm on Thursdays.
  • Idaho: It is illegal for a man to give his sweetheart a box of candy weighing less than fifty pounds.
  • Maryland: It is illegal to take a lion to the movies.
  • New Jersey: It is illegal to slurp soup.
  • New York: It is illegal to greet each other by putting one’s thumb on the nose and wiggling the fingers.

No matter what State you find yourself in, be sure you visit www.legalbistro.com our on-line community where you are able to post your case anonymously.

You can find more interesting State Laws here: http://www.dumblaws.com

Divorce Rate Falls

United States of America has a very high divorce ratio of 4.19%. It is absolutely clear that the main course of divorce in society is Materialism. Moreover, nobody wants to spend their money on somebody else, even on wives.

Still, you can hear it every day that one in two marriages fails. It is more like an epidemic. But compared to such countries as Aruba, they with the second highest divorce ratio of 5.27%, and Russian Federation with the number one divorce rate of 5.3%, we can admit we are not that bad.

Generally speaking, the picture is not complete. The divorce rate is actually falling in America, thanks to economic changes. The highest rate in divorce came in the postwar period, particularly the 1970s, a time when women entered the workforce in large numbers.

Two-Income Family Model

Betsy Stevenson of the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business says that in the mid 50’s everything was just as different. The advantage of marriage came from men being in the workforce, while women specialized in home-making.

Stevenson, an assistant professor of business and public policy, says that nowadays women entered the workforce more. However, the marriages with less stark specialization are much more preferred.

In other words a lot of people prefer to marry the right person for the old model of marriages. After all, it is possible to say we are getting better and the two-income family model prevails.

You may find some additional information here: http://www.top10best.net/2012/03/01/top-10-countries-with-the-highest-divorce-ratio/