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  • Coming Out to a Friend

    | Anonymous

    Stephanie Solis came to the US when she was 3 years old, and was surprised to learn about her immigration status as she became an adult. In an interview with Define American, she talks about how and why she's disclosed her immigration status to friends.

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  • Hiding in Plain Sight

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    Gareth Kelly, a small business owner in San Luis Obispo, is more than meets the eye. His journey began with a J-1 visa, and later an H1-B visa, which allowed him to work in the United States after traveling from England. When the business he was working for suddenly closed shop during the Recession, Kelly was shocked that he was not legally able to transfer his visa to another…

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  • Juan Ibarra

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    American is everyone who supports the development of this nation. It is not dictated by a document or SSN. It is defined by the sacrifices, sweat, social responsibility and contribution from those who believe in this land.

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  • An Opportunity, Not a Threat

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    The Definition of American to me signifies the privilege to have equal rights to happiness and betterment of living conditions. Having citizenship or other legal adjustments should not impact my image towards society.

    Some Americans shatter the definition of being "American" Regardless of ethnicity or race, immigrants are an opportunity not a threat. The world has grown too materialistic and will be tired of money and power. I…

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  • Ashley O'Kurley

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    I am enormously sympathetic to immigrants and I applaud the effort to include all perspectives. I look like a stereotypical "all-American" -- played football in college, leader in my Fraternity, established in the financial profession, pro-business outward-looking worldview, etc. But I have been struggling for five years in the Labor Certification process trying to get my Green Card.

    I think that a light needs to be…

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