All about USA


You have established a bank account, now you’d like a credit card. Whoa! Banks will not issue a credit card without a social security... View More


Coming to the U.S., the first thing to do is find a place to live. You can either buy or rent. Unless you know... View More


Darrell M. West, founding director, Center for Technology Innovation at the Brookings Institute, wrote recently about the need for immigration reform as it applies to... View More


Traditionally the most immigrant–friendly cities in respective U.S. states have been New York, New York; Chicago, Illinois; Detroit, Michigan; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Houston, Texas. ... View More


Part I: Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam It is true that America has become the most religiously diverse nation in the world.  According to Sociology Professor Charles... View More


New Year celebrations in US vary considerably between different cultural traditions of immigrants. Even the dates for New Year are different based on traditional... View More


The melting pot metaphor implies the homogeneous process that assimilates a previously heterogeneous society into a fused culture in the purported interest of maintaining... View More


Clothing, manner of dress, and personal adornments including jewelry and body embellishments or modifications such as tattooing or piercing reflect individual and family preferences... View More


Cuisine is fundamentally representative of one’s ancestral culture of origin.  Ingredients for dishes reflect the terrain, climate, and indigenous plants and animals of the... View More


As the chosen home of immigrants from a variety of global cultures and origins, the United States has been shaped by diverse traditions, cuisines,... View More