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10 Misconceptions About U.S. Immigration
Is immigration a good thing or not? We sort out the facts from about some major U.S. immigration myths at HowStuffWorks. See more »
How do new states become part of the U.S.?
How do new states become part of the U.S.? Find out how new states become a part of the U.S. at HowStuffWorks. See more »
What is the DREAM Act?
What is the DREAM Act? Read about the DREAM Act and how it could affect undocumented youth. See more »
How the American Dream Works
What exactly is the American dream? And how do you know if you're living it? Read about the American dream at HowStuffWorks. See more »
American Dream Quiz
Are you a dreamer of the American dream? Test your knowledge of our nation's characteristic aspirations with this quiz. See more »
This Land Is Your Land: The Citizenship Quiz
This citizenship quiz will test your knowledge of the process of becoming an American citizen. Check out our citizenship quiz. See more »
How do I start my own country?
To start a new country takes lots of plans, relationships with other countries and some political wiles. Learn about the process to start a new country. See more »
Is it illegal not to have a name?
Is it illegal to not have a name? Maybe not. But it is certainly a lot of trouble. Find out why it's not exactly illegal to not have a name. See more »
October 12 1999: The World Population Hits 6 Billion
The world's population hit 6 billion people on this day in October of 1999. Read about the historic day in which the world's population hit the 6 billion mark. See more »
How Passports Work
A passport identifies a traveler as a citizen or national with a right to protection while abroad. Read more about using and applying for a passport. See more »
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