Executive Orders are an instrument of the Governor derived from the exercise of executive power by force of law, whereby the Governor issues an order to an Executive Branch entity.
The Registry is a mechanism created by Act No. 96 of July 15, 1988, as amended by Act No. 55 of March 9, 2012, to protect the so-called moral rights of the Puerto Rican or foreign author domiciled in Puerto Rico, with respect to his creation, namely, the preservation of its integrity, its disclosure and the retraction thereof within the situations contemplated by the Act.
There are several programs that allow a foreign national to visit the U.S. for the purpose of studying, teaching, conducting research, or performing specialized work for a term ranging from weeks to years.
La Fortaleza is the official residence of the governor of Puerto Rico. It was built between 1533 and 1540 to defend the harbor of San Juan. The structure is also known as Palacio de Santa Catalina. It is the oldest executive mansion in continuous use in the New World.
The White House is where the president and America's first family live and work; but it is also the People's House, where we hope that all Americans have a sense of inclusion and belonging.
The Department of State is the agency that manages foreign policy. This agency provides services for Americans living in or traveling to other countries, international businesses and developing countries.