Category: Immigration

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The Immigrant Entrepreneurs Summit teaches you the skills to succeed in businesses

According to National Women’s Business Council, since 2007 there was growth of almost 87% of Latina-owned small business in the United States. Also, a Stanford study found that 70% of funding to start business comesContinue reading…

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“I ask all of you, regardless of any political affiliation, to do what’s right and stand against the separation of families”

  Jazmin Newton-Butt’s remarks for the 2018 LULAC Iowa State Convention against the policy of separation of families   LULAC Council 10 would like to thank LULAC Iowa for bringing the 2018 State Convention toContinue reading…

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El Consulado Móvil de Chicago regresa a Moline en Abril – Ya están abiertas las citas

Una vez mas Hola America con el apoyo de Global Communities se complace en ser el anfitrión de la visita del Consulado Móvil de México a la ciudad de Moline los próximos días del 25Continue reading…

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Marshalltown HS graduate pays it forward to youth

  Norma Dorado-Robles is quick to thank Marshalltown High School staff and her fellow classmates at that time for helping her through school when she had limited English language skills. Her best way to thankContinue reading…

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Shark Tank Contestant Headlines the 2017 Immigrant Entrepreneurs Summit

Robbie Cabral, founder, CEO, and creator of BenjiLock will attend as a keynote speaker at the 2017 Immigrant Entrepreneurs Summit (IES) in central Iowa next month. Robbie, who appeared on Shark Tank Sunday (October 15)Continue reading…

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‘Understand, and accept and learn’ New Iowans the focus of ‘Changing Iowa’ panel discussion

By Adam Sodders Courtesy of the Times Republican   “How can we welcome new Iowans to our communities?” That was the topic of focus during the Des Moines Register “Changing Iowa” panel discussion Thursday evening at theContinue reading…