A Stroke of Genealogy: Searching U.S. Census Bureau Records

A Stroke of Genealogy will walk you through the steps of conducting genealogy research and finding census records of family members.

A Stroke of Genealogy: Searching U.S. Census Bureau Records

A Stroke of Genealogy: Searching U.S. Census Bureau Records

The release of the 1950 Census records is scheduled for April 1, 2022. Whether you are conducting genealogy research or just interested in finding census records about family members, working with historical records from the U.S. Census Bureau is a multi-step process.

A Stroke of Genealogy will walk you through these steps and introduce you to many important resources for accessing and using these records, including the 1950 Census of Population records.

Part 1 and 2 of A Stroke of Genealogy will share background information on the Census Bureau, U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), the 1950 Census questionnaire, and more, preparing you to access the records from NARA on or after April 1, 2022.

On April 1, 2022, Part 3 of this course will be released and show in detail how to access records from, locate, and view census schedules, enumeration district maps, and descriptions.

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  • Module 1 | A Stroke of Genealogy: Starting Your Search | 5:36
  • Module 2 | A Stroke of Genealogy: Census Schedules and Records | 9:01
  • Module 3 | A Stroke of Genealogy: Accessing Genealogy Research Resources | Coming on April 1, 2022

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Chicago CBP Notices International Travelers Returning to the Friendly Skies

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Smuggler Shoves Migrants out of Moving Vehicle03/29/2022 11:53 AM EDT
TUCSON, Ariz. – Three Points Station Border Patrol agents rendered first aid to three migrants pushed out of a vehicle by a smuggler Sunday afternoon near Sells, Arizona. Around 4:30 p.m., agents attempted to stop a black Dodge truck traveling…

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CINCINNATI–-U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers discovered counterfeit driver’s licenses inside inbound packages moving through the Cincinnati Port of Entry. During a routine examination of packages, officers focused enforcement…

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Criminal Migrants Arrested at the Border in the Rio Grande Valley

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Criminal Migrants Arrested at the Border in the Rio Grande Valley03/28/2022 05:05 PM EDT
EDINBURG, Texas – Rio Grande Valley Sector agents arrested two criminal migrants with serious criminal history, to include kidnapping, murder, and sexual contact charges.On Saturday, March 26, Rio Grande City Border Patrol Station agents arrested a…

Smugglers Continue to Place Human Lives at Risk03/28/2022 04:07 PM EDT
EDINBURG, Texas – Rio Grande Valley Sector Border Patrol (RGV) agents disrupted six migrant smuggling attempts resulting in 125 arrests. Agents rescued 86 migrants from a trailer and two more from a vehicle’s trunk. On March 24, a Harlingen Border…

Eagle Pass Border Patrol Agents Encounter Large Group of Migrants03/28/2022 02:48 PM EDT
EAGLE PASS, Texas – U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to Del Rio Sector’s Eagle Pass South Station encountered a large group of undocumented migrants after they illegally entered the United States near Rosetta Orchards in Eagle Pass, March 27.At…

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New combined petition option to facilitate participation in the expanded Collaborative Search Pilot program

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New combined petition option to facilitate participation in the expanded Collaborative Search Pilot program

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) published a Federal Register Notice announcing a new combined petition option that will make it easier to participate in the expanded Collaborative Search Pilot (CSP) program. The USPTO collaborated with its counterpart offices, the Japan Patent Office (JPO) and the Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO), to develop combined petition forms that applicants will file in only one of the partner intellectual property (IP) offices, rather than filing separate petitions in both partner IP offices. The expanded CSP program is designed to accelerate examination and provide the applicant with more comprehensive prior art by combining the search expertise of examiners at the USPTO and the JPO or the KIPO before the first office action is issued.

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Jacklyn Napier Named Assistant Register and Director of Operations of the U.S. Copyright Office

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Register of Copyrights Shira Perlmutter has announced the appointment of Jacqueline “Jacklyn” Napier as Assistant Register and Director of Operations of the United States Copyright Office, effective March 27, 2022. Napier will have responsibility for an extensive portfolio of financial, budget, and operational issues for the Office.

“I am pleased to welcome Jacklyn to her new position,” said Perlmutter. “She brings to the Copyright Office deep skills in financial and budget management and internal control operations. She will be an important addition to our senior management team.”

Napier comes from the Department of the Navy, where she served as integrated risk management program manager and as deputy director of financial operations, leading enterprise financial accounting and internal control operations for nineteen budget offices. Previously, she held several senior positions, including acting director and deputy director of financial operations and deputy chief financial officer, with the U.S. Coast Guard and U.S. Customs and Border Protection, both in the Department of Homeland Security. There she provided financial reporting, audit remediation, internal controls, financial systems management, and policy advice. She has also led business transformation, including projects involving financial systems modernization, and has experience in risk management.

Napier is a certified public accountant and chartered global management accountant. She earned a bachelor of science in accounting from the University of Colorado and an executive master’s degree in public administration with honors from American University.

Napier succeeds Jody Harry, who provided outstanding service as the first Assistant Register and Director of Operations and retired in November 2021. Maria Strong has served in an acting role in the interim period.

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E-Verify for Federal Contractors webinar is now eligible for Professional Development Credits!

E-Verify for Federal Contractors webinar is now eligible for Professional Development Credits!

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E‑Verify is now offering a new opportunity to earn professional development credits (PDCs) through the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) with the introduction of the “E‑Verify for Federal Contractors” webinar!

Federal contractors with contracts containing the Federal Acquisition Regulation Employment Eligibility Verification provision (FAR E‑Verify clause) are required to enroll in and use E‑Verify.

This webinar, hosted by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) staff, will demonstrate how to comply with E‑Verify enrollment and verification requirements for new and existing employees working on a qualified federal contract, as well as FAR E‑Verify exemptions and exceptions.

USCIS is the trusted source for employment eligibility verification education and our webinars offer best practices, compliance measures, roles, responsibilities, and resources. E‑Verify for Federal Contractors is the fourth webinar eligible for PDCs.

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IRS reminds taxpayers an extension to file is not an extension to pay taxes

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IRS reminds taxpayers an extension to file is not an extension to pay taxes

For most individual taxpayers the tax filing and payment deadline is Monday, April 18, 2022. Those who need more time to file can request an extension to file. Taxpayers must request an extension to file by April 18, or they may face a failure to file penalty. This extension gives them until October 17 to file their tax return. An extension to file is not an extension to pay.

Most taxpayers must pay taxes by April 18 to avoid penalties and interest on the amount owed after that date. Taxpayers in Maine and Massachusetts have until April 19 to pay to file their returns due to the Patriots’ Day holiday in those states.

How to request an extension to file
To get an extension to file, the IRS urges taxpayers to do one of the following:

Some taxpayers may have extra time to file their tax returns and pay any taxes due. This includes some disaster victimstaxpayers living overseas, including members of the military, and eligible support personnel serving in combat zones.

More information:
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Criminal Migrants Arrested at the Border in the Rio Grande Valley

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Agents Rescue Lost Migrant in Jacumba Wilderness03/28/2022 06:15 PM EDT
OCOTILLO, Calif. – U.S. Border Patrol agents from El Centro Sector rescued an undocumented individual in the Jacumba Wilderness region near Ocotillo, Friday evening.The rescue was initiated at approximately 8:05 p.m., when Calexico Station notified…

Two U.S. Citizens Arrested Attempting to Smuggle Seven Undocumented Individuals03/28/2022 06:09 PM EDT
INDIO, Calif. – El Centro Sector Border Patrol agents conducting anti-smuggling operations arrested two United States citizens attempting to smuggle seven undocumented individuals and seized a firearm, ammunition, and currency on Thursday night.El…

Criminal Migrants Arrested at the Border in the Rio Grande Valley03/28/2022 05:05 PM EDT
EDINBURG, Texas – Rio Grande Valley Sector agents arrested two criminal migrants with serious criminal history, to include kidnapping, murder, and sexual contact charges.On Saturday, March 26, Rio Grande City Border Patrol Station agents arrested a…

Smugglers Continue to Place Human Lives at Risk03/28/2022 04:07 PM EDT
EDINBURG, Texas – Rio Grande Valley Sector Border Patrol (RGV) agents disrupted six migrant smuggling attempts resulting in 125 arrests. Agents rescued 86 migrants from a trailer and two more from a vehicle’s trunk.  On March 24, a Harlingen Border…

Eagle Pass Border Patrol Agents Encounter Large Group of Migrants03/28/2022 02:48 PM EDT
EAGLE PASS, Texas – U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to Del Rio Sector’s Eagle Pass South Station encountered a large group of undocumented migrants after they illegally entered the United States near Rosetta Orchards in Eagle Pass, March 27.At…

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