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A Guide to Holidays in the USA

In order to fit in in any place, you have to be familiar with the things around you; just like in the United States, you will have to be familiar with the things that go on there if you plan to visit or live there. You will have to learn how to speak in English if you every plan to go to America; some other things you will have to learn is their ethics and culture. There are many federal holidays in America and you will want to also learn all the holidays that they have.

If you are going to the United States of America because you want to find work there, you should really be familiar with the federal holidays. If you know all the federal holidays in the USA, you will be able to tell if there will be no business that day. If you are going to the US for school, knowing all the major holidays is important because if you do not know them, you may find yourself at the school and there is no class because it is a holiday. Some people who do not know about the holidays in America, often find themselves left out and wondering why the stores are closed and things like that. You may even want to plan a little activity on the holidays. Let us take a look at the federal holidays in the United States of America.

New Year’s Day is the first federal holiday we will look at. You probably do not need to learn about this holiday because New Year’s Day is celebrated in so many other countries around the world. You will find that many offices will be closed to celebrate the new year.
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Another holiday that you need to know of when planning to live in the US is Martin Luther King Day. Almost one month later, on the 15th of February is President’s Day. This is considered a federal holiday only in some states. So make sure if you are residing in a state that celebrates President’s Day on the 15th of February. On the 15th of April, Emancipation Day is celebrated by the United States.
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Mother’s Day and Memorial Day are both celebrated on May. Even though Mother’s Day is not a public holiday, many people still celebrate it publicly; this holiday is on the second Sunday of May. Memorial Day is on the last Monday of May. On the 3rd Sunday in June is Father’s day, which is also not considered a public holiday.
July 4th is one of the most important holidays in the United States of America. This is perhaps the holiday that is most celebrated all throughout the country. Because America became independent at this time, many, many Americans go all out to celebrate what their forefathers have accomplished.