How to get into America?
The American Dream is alive and well in India.
It is not only a question of getting the right visa.
“Indian passport is also the passport of Indian citizens,” says the website of the National Indian Foundation of India.
Its mission is to promote “Indian citizenship and identity”.
The foundation says that it has “an active campaign on social media” and has even organised a “Make India Great Again” concert in the US.
However, its message is not as simple as it seems.
For one, India’s citizenship law does not recognise “other nationality”.
The law does, however, recognise Indian citizens who have lived in the country for more than 15 years.
That includes those born in India and those born outside the country.
“There is no need to get a Indian passport if you are Indian,” says Arun Kumar, an attorney at the law firm of Rajasthan bar association, Baradari.
“If you are a citizen of India, you can get citizenship even if you live in India,” he says.
The other issue that many Indians struggle with is the issue of residency.
Residency is the process of having an address in the United States, and if you cannot have that address, then you cannot get a passport.
If you have no address in India, then getting a passport requires proof of residency in the state where you live.
The American dream is alive in IndiaThough there are many issues in India that could be addressed, India has its own problems that need to be tackled in a more strategic way.
Among them are its high crime rate and the fact that the government has no real plans to tackle corruption.
The Indian government is facing serious financial pressure from the global financial crisis, as it struggles to get back its economy.
The rupee is heavily devalued, and the economy is expected to shrink by about 3 per cent in the coming years.
According to the World Bank, the country’s gross domestic product grew by 6.5 per cent during the financial crisis.
This means that the country is running a huge deficit, and this is one of the reasons that Indians are not happy with the government.
India has also been hit by a series of incidents of terror attacks.
It is estimated that there were more than 30 terror attacks in India in 2015 alone, and in the first six months of this year alone, there were at least 12 such attacks.
The country’s police forces have also been on high alert.
While police and military are seen as the most likely perpetrators of these attacks, there is little proof that the terror networks have actually carried out any such attacks themselves.
Despite this, India is seen as a “puppet” of global terrorism and the government is also accused of not taking sufficient steps to protect itself.