Wednesday, August 16, 2017

US Citizenship Bootcamp Episode 3 of 5: She Built Ships in World War II



US Citizenship Bootcamp Episode 3 of 5: She Built Ships in World War II
with Jennifer Gagliardi, uscitizenpod.com and Jeane Slone, ESLpublishing.com



Jennifer Gagliardi interviews author Jeane Slone about She Built Ships During WWII, a historical novel about the courageous women welders who built ships while their husbands fought in World War II. The women overcome racism and sexism as they do work of national importance under civilian direction in the Richmond Shipyards.

Along with US Citizenship Bootcamp, She Built Ships During WWII is also available from ESLPublishing.com in an ESL edition with a workbook.

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Tuesday, August 15, 2017

US Citizenship Bootcamp Episode 2 of 5: Vocabulary


US Citizenship Bootcamp Episode 2 of 5: Vocabulary
with Jennifer Gagliardi, uscitizenpod.com and Jeane Slone, ESLpublishing.com



Jeane Slone interviews author Jennifer Gagliardi about the vocabulary exercises in the new paperback edition of US Citizenship Bootcamp: Exercises and Quizzes to Pass the Naturalization Interview (Updated August 2017) available from ESLPublishing.com

Download a free pdf the Interview 8 Vocabulary Exercises from US Citizenship Bootcamp.

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Monday, August 14, 2017

US Citizenship Bootcamp Episode 1 of 5: Introduction


US Citizenship Bootcamp Episode 1 of 5: Introduction
with Jennifer Gagliardi, uscitizenpod.com and Jeane Slone, ESLpublishing.com



Jeane Slone interviews author Jennifer Gagliardi about the new paperback edition of US Citizenship Bootcamp: Exercises and Quizzes to Pass the Naturalization Interview (Updated August 2017).

Prepare for the US Citizenship interview by completing a series of 10 interviews based on the USCIS N-400 Application for Naturalization (rev 03/26/16). The first interview includes 10 simple questions; the subsequent interviews gradually introduce new vocabulary and grammar patterns. Includes vocabulary and civics quizzes, 2 glossaries, Citizenship resources, a new chapter about the Oath of Allegiance and more!

The NEW PAPERBACK EDITION of US Citizenship Bootcamp is available from ESLPublishing.com.

Listen to all the episodes about the NEW paperback edition of US Citizenship Bootcamp:
  • Mon 8/14/2017 US Citizenship Bootcamp Episode 1 of 5: Introduction
  • Tue 8/15/2017 US Citizenship Bootcamp Episode 2 of 5: Vocabulary
  • Wed 8/16/2017 US Citizenship Bootcamp Episode 3 of 5: She Built Ships in World War II
  • Thu 8/17/2017 US Citizenship Bootcamp Episode 4 of 5: Mini-Dialogues about Work
  • Fri 8/18/2017 US Citizenship Bootcamp Episode 5 of 5: The Interview
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Sunday, August 13, 2017

Special US Naturalization - Arlington VA (with Deaf Performance of the Star Spangled Banner)



arlington county: Special US Naturalization - Arlington VA (with Deaf Performance of the Star Spangled Banner by Mayari Loza)

This special US Naturalization Ceremony was recorded at the Arlington Public Library on March 30 2017. Speakers included Jay Fisette, Chairman of the Arlington County Board and Katie Cristol, Vice Chair. Mayari Loza sang the National Anthem. The ceremony was hosted by US Citizenship and Immigration Services.

Deaf Performance of the Star Spangled Banner by Mayari Loza minute 8:56 to 10:31

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Court Case: Is It Lawful to Repatriate Someone Who May be Tortured?



VOANews: Court Case: Is It Lawful to Repatriate Someone Who May be Tortured?

A court case in Detroit, Michigan, involving 114 Iraqis, asks whether it is lawful to send foreign nationals back to their countries of origin if there is a high likelihood they will be tortured or killed. As VOA immigration reporter Aline Barros reports, the case could have far-reaching consequences for thousands of other foreign nationals from a variety of countries.
Originally published at - https://www.voanews.com/a/is-it-lawful-to-repatriate-someone-who-may-be-tortured/3980857.html

For more info, read the VOANews article: Detroit Iraqi Christians Fearful After Deportation Raids

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