On Tuesday September 28th, our volunteers of the Clifton-Paterson chapter participated in an event held by the American Red Cross for the residents of Passaic County in NJ that were affected by hurricane Ida. Our volunteers were at this event providing translation support to those who needed it as well as distributing food supplies.
Thanks to our “Lose the fear to the citizenship exam” workshop, a family of 4 US permanent residents was able to pass the test and become American citizens. Today they thank MIRA USA for helping them achieve this goal. MIRA USA Helping Moves Us.
The IRS has announced: 1. The deadline to FILE and PAY federal income taxes is extended to July 15, 2020. This is due to the current situation with the COVID-19. 2. If you own money the due date for payments has been extended until July 15, 2020 which .means you will not be charge interest […]
The SBA, U.S Small Business Administration, is working directly with State Governors offering low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to small businesses and private, nonprofit organizations suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loans offer up to $2 million dollars in assistance and can provide vital […]
March 12, 2020 – Our organization, MIRA USA, has decided to postpone all of the national events scheduled for the months of March and April starting today. As an organization, it is important for us to act responsibly. That is why we have taken these preventative measures to prioritize the health of our volunteers and […]
During the Workshop: Lose your fear of the citizenship exam conducted in Miami on February 8, 2020, in the round of Questions and Answers by the official Berta Cassidy of @USCIS offered some important recommendations for the US citizenship exam interview. There is a proposal to change fees for naturalization. One can open an account […]
Todos nuestros voluntarios brindan lo mejor de si mismos, para que la mano amiga de MIRA USA llegue a todos nuestros beneficiarios. Su valor y calidez hacen que el nombre de MIRA USA este en alto cada año. Pero algunos de nuestros voluntarios por su esfuerzo y significativo empeño se han destacado haciéndose merecedores de […]
Each one of our volunteers is an important part of our organization, thanks to them we can help all our beneficiaries. But some of our volunteers are outstanding because of their significant efforts going beyond and above their duties. Outstanding volunteers are recognized with MIRA USA’ Golden Awards.
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Charlotte, NC – Several Latino families were benefitted and educated about the plan that they should follow when their children who are disabled or with special needs reach adulthood. The information presented at the workshop that MIRA USA and the Exceptional Children’s Assistance Center (ECAC) offered in the city of Monroe on Saturday, July 29th. […]