by Noga Sklar In Welcome to America, Noga Sklar chronicles her first year as a legal immigrant in the US, including the adventure of receiving a Green Card and a South Carolina drivers license. Divided between her working day in Brazil, where she still runs a company through the Internet, and the building of a new foundation in a new country, Noga shares her deep feelings and ironic views on Brazilian and international politics, the American way of life, love and conflict, daily routine, the small things that turn each life into a meaningful, unique experience. Noga has been chronicling her life throughout her marriage with Alan Sklar in 2005, having already published more than 3,000 pages in her native Portuguese. Welcome to America is her first book published in English.
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