El proceso de inmigración a los Estados Unidos puede ser muy complejo y a veces, confuso. Pero todo es más propenso a salir bien si usted tiene la información correcta en el momento adecuado. Gracias a los libros y materiales que se encuentran en su biblioteca pública, usted no tendrá que pasar por este proceso solo. Con la información que tenemos a su disposición, usted tendrá la oportunidad de hacer todo en la forma adecuada, sin malgastar su tiempo y dinero. Antes de llenar formularios importantes (en los cuales dependerá su estatus en un futuro), empiece por leer algunos libros.
Working at a library has been a rewarding experience. I frequently have customers express their appreciation and love of the library. That expression of appreciation was heightened for me at the North Kansas City Snake Parade.
If you are an American History buff like me or a student researching historical subjects, do I have a database for you? This database is available online, and is titled American History in Video. It has full length Documentaries, many of which have been broadcast on the History Channel, A&E and PBS. I have spent a small fortune on buying DVDs of many of these documentaries, but here you can watch them as many times as you want for free.
The Grandview Branch had the honor of hosting a presidential visit Thursday, March 17th; President Abraham Lincoln, that is. President Lincoln both entertained and informed the crowd as he talked about growing up in Kentucky and Indiana, working in New Salem, Illinois, his early career as a lawyer, and his marriage and family with wife, Mary Todd Lincoln.
It starts the day after Christmas. For the next two weeks, garden supply catalogs arrive daily. My common sense says, no, don't even look, but the garden gnome on my shoulder says, yes, it's okay, just take a peek!
Next thing, I've dreamt an edible paradise on my patio. A mini peach tree you can grow in a pot, an abundance of herbs ready for snipping, blueberry bushes in planters.... Maybe a fruit orchard.....Picking bushels of apples, pears, cherries, apricots...