Happy Holidays

December 23, 2019 • By

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Last Updated: December 23, 2019

Warmest thoughts and best wishes for a wonderful holiday and a happy New Year.

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Mike Korbey, Deputy Commissioner for Communications

Mike Korbey, Deputy Commissioner for Communications


  1. Owe

    yes … MERRY CHRISTMAS … THAT is what the “Holiday” is about, Him, the Savior Jesus Christ

  2. Divya

    I wish everyone to Happy Holiday.
    But want to say. Holiday should be for all not only specific country or state. Because people want to rest and peace in a year.

  3. Rahul S.

    We Wish You a Merry Christmas to you and your family 🙂

  4. Samuel T.

    Can earnings record of a deceased parent be obtained by a child of the deceased??

    • Ann C.

      Hi, Samuel. Thanks for your question. To determine if you can make a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, please visit here. We suggest that you conduct an online search before submitting your FOIA request. You will also find links that you can use to search for government information already publicly available. We hope this helps.

  5. lesly f.

    Happy Holidays Too Ssa from
    Cambridge, Mass usa.

  6. RosAnn B.

    Same to you

  7. Dawid

    I wish you all a Healthy and ,, Merry Christmas” and a Happy New Year

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  9. Lyris J.

    I wish I could have a happy holiday but you refuse to help me.

  10. Hugh D.

    I wish everybody would use “Merry Christmas” instead of Happy Holidays. Make America Great Again is not just political correct… is for real and we all need to accept it and build on it, else, we will lose our U.S.A.
    Thank You and Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

    • connie c.

      Jesus was not an American. He was not white, back or hispanic or asian. Neither was he a pentecostol, methodist, mormon,baptist or catholic or adventist. He will never fit into an American nor a religious mold. The sooner we try to be like him instead of trying to make him like us, the sooner we will see his purpose fulfilled in the word that he died for. Tommy Galloway

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