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But then came the big problem: the reading portion of the exam.

The agent said they received his request for Braille, but, unfortunately, USCIS did not have Braille available.

They just had large print.

“I’m like, I don’t read large print,” he said. “I’m totally blind.”

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On this page of ADASignDepot.com you can learn more about ADA signs made using Unified English Braille.

All ADA tactile braille signage at ADA Sign Depot can be ordered with braille that complies with the UEB, Unified English Braille.

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U.S. Access Board Webinar: Using the ADA and ABA Standards

Posted by ADA Sign Depot on Jan 05, 2020

In 2020, the U.S. Access Board will devote its monthly webinar series to a chapter-by-chapter review of the ADA Standards. These standards govern the construction and alteration of a wide range of facilities covered by the ADA. The sessions will also cover similar standards that apply under the Architectural Barriers Act (ABA) to facilities that are federally funded. Presenters will focus on common sources of confusion in the ADA and ABA Standards and frequently asked questions.

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The fight against taxation without representation

Posted by ADA Sign Depot on Sep 30, 2019

The fight against taxation without representation

More than 700,000 residents live in DC, which is more than the population of Wyoming and Vermont, yet its residents still lack voting members in the U.S. House and Senate. Without these voting members, residents of DC are denied a voice in Congress to defend them from attacks on their own locally passed laws and citizen backed initiatives.

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In recent decades, students at the historically black Prairie View A&M University were required to complete a “residency questionnaire” to prove their eligibility to vote. They saw their power at the ballot box diluted when their campus was carved into separate districts. Some were arrested when they tried to cast ballots, accused of improper voting.

Then came the 2018 midterm elections, when county leaders scheduled fewer early-voting hours on the university campus than in whiter communities nearby.

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