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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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  • MY Pride

    | Anonymous

    It was not my fault, I was only six
    A circle in a world of squares
    I am human, but called an alien
    I am free, yet a prisoner
    This is my home, I know no other
    Twenty-seven years of being isolated
    I speak two languages, but only understand one
    I am one of a million, but feel alone
    I will…

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  • I was 5 years old when I moved to CA and still hold a "non-immigrant" status

    | Anonymous

     I am currently an F-1 student who has been living in the United States legally since I was 5 years old. I came here with my family and although they are now permanent residents, I have moved from an E-2 visa to an F-1 throughout my life. I am currently classified as a "non-immigrant". I have been struggling for many years with this issue of becoming a citizen and…

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  • National Science Foundation Scholar Working as a Janitor

    | Anonymous

    My parents brought me to the USA when I was 15 years old from Microscopy, México. I'm the daughter of a construction worker and a house keeper. However, since I was in México, I wanted to become someone important. I went to Sequoia High School and Cañada Community College. Then, I transfer to San Jose State University. I had no money and no legal papers. I was awarded the…

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  • A high school student's feelings about her immigrant life.

    | Anonymous

    I come from a single family in China, a sloppy kid who got accepted at School attached to Tsinghua university and Beihang Middle school. It is not my choice to choose to go with my mom to America. The value of America for me at that time is just that: I can be with my mom.

    At that time, I knew nothing. Except I will not…

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