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  • Why This Life

    | Anonymous

    I was born in Grenada then went to live in Trinidad at the age of 3, life was good as a kid until my mom left for America I was sent to live with my aunt and her son and that's when every thing change. I was rape by a family member at the age of 12 I had a baby and to this day don't know where my…

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  • When will I get a break and finally receive permanent status?

    | Anonymous

    I will try to make this story short.
    I was born in France and moved to the US about 11 years ago because of dad's employment contract. We got here on work visas that were associated to my dad's company; I was 16 and entered sophomore year in high school. My dad's contract kept renewing so I after high school, I went to a state university and got…

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  • Don't Forget the People Still In Line

    | Anonymous

    Let's have a discussion on those immigrants who are still waiting for their statuses to change, and who went through the legal process to become citizens; people such as my husband. My husband came into the U.S. on a Visitor's Visa in 2002. His visitor's visa was valid until 2012; therefore, his entrance into the U.S. was legal. We got married in November, 2003. We immediately filled out the…

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  • I am Illegal

    | Anonymous

    I was fortunate enough to arrive in this great country on March 2003 from Lima, Peru. My parents sacrificed everything for me to get an American education and out of a country they believed would only hold me back. It would be years before they told me I was in fact living an illegal life.

    It came as a shock that my parents, my brother and I were…

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  • A Wasp in the nest

    | Anonymous

    I'm white. I'm male. I speak English. I'm straight. I was baptized Protestant. I'm a natural born US citizen. I love my country. Being American is a bag of mixed feelings. I'm defined by who I am just as any minority. America is special to me because there's a certain mindset here that we always need to achieve higher standards, we always have to out do each other. I…

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