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This color lithograph print from 1861 from the National Museum…

This color lithograph print from 1861 from the National Museum of American History reflects preparations for battle during the Civil War. #FlagDay

This color lithograph print from 1861 from the National Museum…

This color lithograph print from 1861 from the National Museum of American History reflects preparations for battle during the Civil War. #FlagDay

The original Star-Spangled Banner, which flew over Fort McHenry…

The original Star-Spangled Banner, which flew over Fort McHenry in 1814 and inspired the words of our National Anthem, hangs today at the National Museum of American History. #FlagDay

The original Star-Spangled Banner, which flew over Fort McHenry…

The original Star-Spangled Banner, which flew over Fort McHenry in 1814 and inspired the words of our National Anthem, hangs today at the National Museum of American History. #FlagDay

The original Star-Spangled Banner, which flew over Fort McHenry…

The original Star-Spangled Banner, which flew over Fort McHenry in 1814 and inspired the words of our National Anthem, hangs today at the National Museum of American History. #FlagDay

On June 14, 1777, the Continental Congress approved the design…

On June 14, 1777, the Continental Congress approved the design of a national flag. Few things have witnessed American history as up close as the Stars and Stripes. From the birth of the nation, to our darkest and brightest moments, the flag...

MurthyAudio: Upgrading from EB3 to EB2 – Tips for Employers

Murthy Law Firm attorneys provide an overview of common issues related to upgrading from EB3 to EB2. They discuss educational equivalency issues, priority date retention and the use of exceptional ability to qualify for an EB2 upgrade. This...

Celebrate Flag Day by Learning About Its History and Display

On June 14, 1777, the Second Continental Congress approved the design of a national flag. Since then, the Stars and Stripes has become our most famous symbol. Few things have witnessed American history as up-close as the flag. From the birth...

Celebrate Flag Day by Learning About Its History and Display

On June 14, 1777, the Second Continental Congress approved the design of a national flag. Since then, the Stars and Stripes has become our most famous symbol. Few things have witnessed American history as up-close as the flag. From the birth...

Celebrate Flag Day by Learning About Its History and Display

On June 14, 1777, the Second Continental Congress approved the design of a national flag. Since then, the Stars and Stripes has become our most famous symbol. Few things have witnessed American history as up-close as the flag. From the birth...