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  • I (we) are American.

    | Anonymous

    I am a 16-year-old boy of Mexican nationality who lives in a Bordertown in South Texas, And I define as American.

    I am no different from you, your child, your friends, ext. I have dreams to go to College, to travel the world, and to achieve great things. Although, that is only on the surface. I, along with 11 million other people in the Unites States are (Or…

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  • Need for immigration reform

    | Anonymous

    Let me start by saying that I support a comprehensive immigration reform. I empathize with the fears, and hardships faced by documented and undocumented immigrants in this country. I'm not yet a citizen of the United States; the First Amendment right “to petition the Government for a redress of grievances” is not available to me. I believe, however, that these concerns affect the lives of (approx. 40 million legal…

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  • My Immigration Status Does Not Define Me

    | Anonymous

    I came from Nicaragua when I was 18. I was an international student at a community college. I was an honors student, member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. In my Sophomore year, I got pregnant. I had complications during my pregnancy.

    This is when I faced the hardest decision in my life: my visa or my baby's and my life. I had to drop out…

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  • LatinGringa in Kentucky

    | Anonymous

    I was 4 or 5 when we moved to the United States, I've been here so long (21 years) that it's a very faint memory. I was born in Tegucigalpa, Honduras and after certain events (2 kidnapping attempts at me) my parents decided that my sister & I deserved a better chance at life so they gave up EVERYTHING and moved us to California.

    When I say everything…

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  • M4rl3y

    | Anonymous

    I was 8 years old when I crossed the Mexican border with my aunt. I did not know it was illegal at that time. I did it because I wanted to meet my father for the first time; it was a beautiful mistake.

    Growing up in a foreign country that doesn't want you was tough. There were points in my life where I thought I had…

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