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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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  • Let American Dreams Prosper US

    | Anonymous

    I came from China to US as a graduate student. After receiving my PhD degree in Computer Science, I started working as a professional engineer on H1B visa last year. Because of the 7% per-country cap in the current immigration law, the waiting time for Chinese and Indians in the profession immigration category is no sooner than 5-8 years, which significantly discourages their enthusiasm for innovation and creativity.

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  • America, You Are Beautiful

    | Anonymous

    I was born an American of Polish immigrants. My father suffered poverty, slavery at the hands of Nazi, Germany, and chose to come to America for a better life.

    Being an American is an acheivable goal to choose a life of freedom, to work hard to keep those freedoms alive for self, family and others. My dad had always been grateful to be a polish American. He always…

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  • My Hard-working Husband

    | Anonymous

    I am an American citizen, and I'm married to a hard working guy who came to the U.S. in looking for a better life. We have a beautiful family with 3 children and we have been married for 12 years.

    He has been working for several years in this country and he works very hard to support our family. He came to the U.S without any penny in…

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