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"American Visa": Ms Muna has an American Visa is a 2005 Bolivia/Mexico-produced film by Bolivian writer and director Juan Carlos Valdivia. The film is set in La Paz, Bolivia, and features many exterior shots of the city and surrounding countryside.
- countries: Bolivia, Mexico
- language: Spanish Language
- genres: Romance Film, Social problem film, Crime Drama, Drama
- released in (10 years ago)
- some of the awards:
- Goya Award for Best Spanish Language Foreign Film (Bolivia) nomination for Juan Carlos Valdivia
"American visa" is a book by Wang Ping.
- also known as "American visa: short stories"
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Infinity Blues (2009)
by Ryan Adams
—Washington City Paper “American Visa is a stunning literary achievement. It is insightful and poignant, a book every thoughtful American should read, and once read, read again.” —William Heffernan, Edgar Award–winning author of The ...
Los Angeles Noir (2007)
by Denise Hamilton
In Latin American letters, American Visa is a by-product of the '90s, a period of ...
by Emmanuel S. Nelson
437 American Visa (Bashir), ...
by Lawrence R. Sullivan
seeking to study in the United States at graduate schools fell off by 45 percent because of competition from Europe, Australia, and other nations and tougher American visa requirements following the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks.
A Historical Encyclopedia by Kathleen R. Arnold
mass terrorism by airport-entering, non-Latin American visa holders (some of whom violated those visas), border enforcement continues to focus mostly on Mexicans, Central Americans, and the southern border. Indeed, since 2005, there has ...
An Encyclopedia by Ted G. Jelen, Mark J. Rozell, Michael Shally-Jensen
a redirection of policy approaches and enforcement emphases, such as the events of September 11, 2001, which involved the perpetration of mass terrorism by airport-entering, non-Latin American visa holders (some of whom violated those ...
by Victoria Gaydosik
In Los Angeles,hemet Margerie Bonner, aformer child starduring the silent era, andwhenhis American visa expired in1940, they relocated to British Columbia and were marriedthere. Lowry and hiswife spent 14 relatively happyyears in a ...
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