There are a number of actions you can take to ensure your family is prepared for – and more resilient to – emergencies of all kinds.
Your local building official, city engineer, or planning and zoning administrator can tell you whether you are in an area where hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, wildfires, or tornadoes are likely to occur. This page details tips on preparing for earthquakes, fire, floods or high winds.
Businesses can do much to prepare for the impact of the many hazards they face in today’s world including natural hazards like floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes and widespread serious illness such as the H1N1 flu virus pandemic.
The DHS/FEMA grant program manages federal assistance to measurably improve capability and reduce the risks the nation faces in times of man-made and natural disasters.
The Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) is a part of the National Security Investigations Division and acts as a bridge for government organizations that have an interest in information on nonimmigrants whose primary reason for coming to the United States is to be students.
Only schools that are certified by the Student and Exchange Visitor Program are authorized to accept international students. You can use this page to make sure the school you are interested in is certified.
The USCIS Genealogy Program is a fee-for-service program providing family historians and other researchers with timely access to historical immigration and naturalization records of deceased immigrants.
This is the form used by indivudals who want to apply to become a citizen of the U.S. (form N-400)
Overview of naturalization eligibility requirements, links to test preparation materials, forms, and other resources.
The central source of information on biometrics-related activities of the Federal government.