Our nation was built on immigration. Without immigration, we would not be the country that we are today. To show you that not everyone stands ready to deny you entry into the U.S., we want to share with you information about the immigrants that have helped to build our country. Many of these immigrants inspired us to want to help migrants enter America legally and contribute to its greatness.
Madeleine Albright: Most people know Madeleine Albright for being America's first female U.S. Secretary of State or for her previous role as ambassador to the United Nations. You may not be aware that she migrated to the country from the Czech Republic (formerly known as Czechoslovakia).
Joseph Pulitzer: Joseph Pulitzer contributed much to the nation's journalism industry and went on to found the Pulitzer Prize which recognizes excellence in journalism. He migrated to the U.S. from Hungary.
Albert Einstein: As the father of modern physics and the creator of the "theory of relativity" our country would not be the same without his contributions. Originally from Germany, Einstein settled in America by way of Italy, Switzerland, Austria and Belgium. We are all glad he chose the U.S. as his final destination.
Levi Strauss: Another German immigrant, Levi Strauss gave our nation one of its most popular fashion statements -- sturdy and beloved denim pants or jeans. This contribution is perhaps not as life-changing as the other accomplishments in this post, but you can be sure it is no less appreciated.
Hopefully, this blog post has renewed your resolve to seek permanent residency in our country. If you require additional information about immigration to the U.S., please reach out to us or continue exploring our firm's website.