formerly known as British Guiana, is located on the north-east
coast of South America. Guyana is 82,978 square miles in area,
slightly smaller than the state of Idaho. Similarly to the
original Thirteen American Colonies, Guyana was once a British
Colony. English is the official language of Guyana and is
spoken by 99% of the population.
Due mainly to emigration to the USA, Guyana's population growth is
in the negative. Only 650,000 people remain in Guyana.
According to some studies, of those people who remain in Guyana,
almost each and every one of them is awaiting the issuance of an
immigrant-visa for the USA!
More than 350,000 Guyanese people have already immigrated to the
USA! Truly a massive immigration. Over 100,000 Guyanese have
become United States citizens. The other 250,000 may become
citizens upon fulfilling the statutory requirements of
naturalization. The overwhelming majority of these individuals
support the legal incorporation of Guyana into the USA, in the
form of US Statehood, Commonwealth or Territory of the USA.
That newly created legal entity would be known as Guyana, USA.
Take a look at the New Guyana Flag!
advantages derived from American territoriality are many:
especially in the areas of culture, technology, science,
scientific discovery, drug-interdiction, education, economics,
tourism, sports, religion, the environment, the protection of
natural resources and the rain forest; and to the overall security
of both the USA and Guyana and to the improvement of the quality
of life of all the people of both Guyana and the USA.
web page is not affiliated with any political party. In
fact, the relationship between Guyana and the United States has
grown under the influence of a number of different political
parties during the last three decades.
This site is sponsored by
the Immigration & Nationality Law Offices of Robert J. Sidi, Esq.