Finding America

Me and Tarah

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Welcome to the first episode of Halfway Planet - a new show with Laurence (Brit) and Tarah (American)! In this episode we discuss something that was crucial to ensuring Laurence's permanent residency in the United States: acquiring a US spouse visa. 

On that very subject, if you are planning to move to the United States via marriage, the best place to get started is over at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

Laurence Brown is a British writer and YouTuber who somehow convinced the city of Chicago to let him in. He is an English Language graduate from Lancaster University and a passionate word etymologist, with a particular interest in British and American neologisms. Since moving to the United States, he has become increasingly curious about Britain's historical influence on American culture and about America in general.

1 comment:

  1. Hi! I'm an American currently writing from a vacation in London and am wondering if you can answer a question. Over at St. Paul's Cathedral there were a bunch of police cars for no apparent reason, and I noticed one car had "INTERCEPTOR" written on the side. And I'm now watching the British TV version of the US show "Cops" and it also refers to "interceptors." Is this the British word for police officer? (In the US, the interceptor is the brand name of a common police car.)


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