Author: FeelPortugal

The average waiting time for passengers at border control at Humberto Delgado airport in Lisbon was less than 10 minutes in July, and a new arrivals area with more SEF (Immigration and Borders Services) stations, it’s scheduled for October. The Adjunct Secretary of State for Home Affairs, Isabel Oneto told…

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Tony Cabral at Massachusetts State House (Photo: FeelPortugal.com/Feligenio Medeiros) Boston, United States, 12 Aug 2019 (Lusa) – Azorean State Representative of Massachusetts House of Representatives, Antonio Cabral, says he is “American in every way,” but with “extremely important” ties to the Portuguese immigrant community in the United States. António Cabral…

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Lowell, MA – “Growing Up Portuguese in Lowell as a Descendant of the Second Wave of Immigration (1959-1983),” a talk by five Portuguese-Americans: John Mello, Jr., Susana Martins, Judy Vitorino, Steve Mendonça, and Aaron Sickles, whose family origins in Lowell harken back to the second half of the 20th century,…

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The NYPALC Portugal Day Leadership Gala will take place on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at the Portuguese American Center of Suffolk in Farmingville where, over 60 Portuguese-American organizations, along with public officials and special guests, will celebrate those who contribute selflessly for the enhancement and strengthening of the Portuguese-American Community…

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The Dr. Edward Leitão Memorial Scholarship Fund will award four scholarships totaling $4,500 to Portuguese-American students Madalena Cardoso, Miranda Melo, Sandra Sousa, and Victoria DaSilva, according to Dr. Helena Santos-Martins, Chair of the Dr. Leitão Memorial Scholarship Fund Committee. The scholarships will be presented at an Awards and Fundraising Luncheon…

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30/11/18 TAP Air Portugal aims to double operations in North America TAP Air Portugal aims to double operations in North America in the next years and is expanding again, adding two new routes to the United States in 2019 with nonstop service from Lisbon, to Washington, DC, and Chicago.  The…

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LOWELL, Mass. – UMass Lowell thought it was saving the biggest news of the night for the end. Oprah Winfrey had even bigger news. After Chancellor Jacquie Moloney announced that UMass Lowell had raised more than $1.5 million for scholarships at the Chancellor’s Speaker Series Thursday, Nov. 15, Winfrey pledged…

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