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Jul 4, 2022

July 4– US birthday

Soumendra Ranjit
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Today is July 4–an Independence Day of the USA. Exactly, 246 years ago on July 4, 1776 the country got the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence and fought for opportunity and justice for all.

America has always been great and can be greater still where people fit for liberty. It is used to say that might be American civilization would be young, but its hardcore system of governance is excelled through the test of time.

Marking the July 4–Independence Day, the USCIS said it would celebrate Independence Day this year by welcoming more than 6,600 new citizens in more than 140 naturalisation ceremonies between July 1 and July 8.

As per the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS’s) data, in Fiscal Year 2022 (lasts till end of September) USCIS has welcomed 661,500 new U.S. citizens as of June 15 and made significant progress in reducing birth for naturalised American citizens dominated largely from Mexico, India, the Philippines, Cuba and the Dominican Republic.

In 2021, the US welcomed 855,000 new citizens.

Meanwhile, Canada is facing a growing number of immigrants. To tackle the rising immigration, issue the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced a new task force to tackle its growing immigration backlog.

In another report, UK Home Secretary Priti Patel has said “India dominates our immigration system.” As India is the leading nationality for skilled workers and students coming to the UK, she added.

(Report from New York)