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English, Free Citizenship and Computer Courses in NJ

The Zoni Language Center in Passaic invites you to the American Citizenship Examination Preparation Course on Saturdays. The aim of our course is to prepare US citizenship applicants for the exam and to teach all the material required by the USCIS Immigration Service. The exam courses are held at Passaic every Saturday from 1 PM – 2:30 PM. More about…

New York City help and services for immigrants

In a series of articles, we provide information for New Yorkers about the city’s programs to help newcomers. The City of New York supports all its residents, regardless of immigration status. Access to help is available in over 200 languages, including Polish, via telephone or online connections. PROTECTION AND HELP FOR FAMILIES HEALTH CARE Everyone needs sometimes help, no one…

Who and when in the US are most at risk of deportation

In the case of Poles, the most common reasons for their deportation are drug and alcohol driving offenses and outstanding alimony payments. Can a green card holder be deported? Isn’t any of us immigrants in the US at risk of deportation in a country that is drastically changing its attitude towards even legal immigration? It is worth reading the information…

How New York City Helps Small Businesses Grow

The facilities supporting the “New York Business Solutions” program provide free services to help you start, run and grow businesses in New York. courses on running a business; legal aid; financial support; incentives for entrepreneurs; an explanation of the structure of public administration; recruitment services; training; sale to government administration units; Certification of Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprises. Business owners…

Health insurance in New York for immigrants

All New York City residents can access healthcare regardless of immigration status or financial resources. Uninsured residents can get treatment at many hospitals and clinics. In addition, in 2019, the city government launched a new program called “NYC Care” to ensure access to health care for all residents, including people who do not qualify for public health insurance programs because…

What happens to your US assets when you die without a will?

If you die without a will, then the law of your state will determine the distribution of your property. That is why it is worth getting acquainted with the regulations and thinking about property succession, regardless of your age. Each of us should have a will to instruct who is to receive the property when we die – house, car,…

American law shortcuts

Divorce, All Family Matters, Changed Names  and  Surnames When a woman or man, or both, decide that divorce is the best solution, they need to realize from the fact that this stage in their lives will be one of the most difficult and stressful they have ever experienced, not only for their husband and wife, but also for their children.…

Education in the USA

Learning does not have to stop when you reach adulthood. In the United States, lifelong learning is encouraged. If you are 16 years of age or older but have not completed high school, you may enroll in Adult Secondary Education (ASE) classes. These classes prepare you for the General Educational Development – GED diploma. A GED diploma is an alternative…

Adult Education, Professional Development, Financial Independence in New York City

The program of vocational education and lifelong learning at the CUNY university offers courses for: specialists who want to improve their qualifications and obtain current certificates; people seeking retraining; new immigrants willing to confirm their skills for the needs of the American labor market; adults broadening their knowledge of English and math for the equivalent of a high school diploma;…