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  • Done Dreaming

    | Anonymous

    My name is Esmy Jimenez.

    I was raised in a small town in Washington State known for agriculture and friendly people. I graduated from the local high school as the Senior Class President. I was in National Honor Society and enrolled in all the AP classes my school provided. I even ran on the cross country team and (attempted) to play tennis. On weekends I worked for a…

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  • I'd Like to Start a Business, for Me and My Kids

    | Anonymous

    I'm Luis, I'm from Mexico I came to the US in 2007, I'm, 35 years old, and I just want the opportunity to get a better life for me and my kids, I'm a special effects and make up artist, I want to make a FX company that creates jobs, to help other people and be productive and helpful for the society, and to this great country.

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  • Our Story

    | Anonymous

    My story is only one of millions. I am a U.S. citizen. In 2007, I married my wonderful wife, a citizen of Mexico.

    Since then, we have been entangled in the immigration process to adjust my wife’s status. She was brought without papers as a child. Her family came to the U.S. because her father had been unemployed for many months and needed to feed his family. Little…

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  • An American, Living In Shadows

    | Anonymous

    In 1998, I met my immigrant husband in Chicago while I was in AmeriCorps and going to school. By that time, he had been in the US for almost 10 years--he had earned his GED, learned English, and moved up from his original position as dishwasher to become a kitchen manager. We fell in love. In 2002, we got married in his hometown in Mexico.

    We were told…

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  • Ecuador to Miami

    | Anonymous

    My family came with a job visa from Ecuador in 1994, I was four years old.

    My dad opened his own business in Orlando Florida but was not making enough to fulfill the requirements, because I was very ill and my medical expenses were very substantial, all the money went to me. My family took me from doctor to doctor in search for a cure. After…

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