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Marriage License Application in Talisay City, Cebu, Philippines

“Yes!” was my reply when my American boyfriend proposed. Although it didn’t come as a surprise as we’ve been talking about getting married for quite some time, it was still a life-changing decision. 969 more words

Philippines

Hiking Tip # 3: Personal Safety, Risk Mitigation, and Traveling in Foreign Countries

January 28, 2017

The following story was chronicled on television recently and the full article on the tragic story of Aubrey Sacco’s disappearance in Nepal while hiking can be read at the following link: 1,082 more words

Hiking

Alien Registration complete...

Its with joy that we have completed our first step in potentially getting a Green Card.  Since winning the lottery over a month ago, we have only just finalised our application for a visa under the Diversity Visa AKA the Immigrant Visa and Alien Registration Application (DS-260). 283 more words

Diversity Visa

Come September, Feature Month

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I’ve been off the Open Mic scene this month. I decided to take a break to rest my frayed nerves and also my voice. 467 more words

Poetry

Muslims in Saudi Arabia Stand Shoulder to Shoulder this Eid – but Daesh is a Dangerous New Foe

By Rob L. Wagner

International Business Times

6 July 2016

Following the bombing at the security headquarters next to the Prophet’s Mosque in the holy city Medina on Monday (4 June), a much larger crowd of worshippers than usual flocked to the mosque the next evening to offer prayers. 852 more words

Corruption: Be the watchdog, Owasanoye urges media

By Funmi Falobi

Nigerian media have been urged to serve as catalyst for nation building and anti-corruption watchdog in order to entrench transparency and accountability in governance. 648 more words

US Consulate Information

US Travel Advisory – How Safe Is Mexico

The most recent State Department advisory on Mexico is available here: 

U.S. State Department Advisory

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