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  • Is It Safe to Write This?

    | Anonymous

    I am a U.S. citizen. My husband came to the U.S. from Mexico when he was 17 to have a better future. He is an only child. I met him when he was 20. We have 3 children. They are 10, 9, and 7. It is hard thinking that one day he will have to go back to Mexico. In the time he has been here his mother had…

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  • I am a DREAMER...well almost...

    | Anonymous

    Meet Gabriela. A DREAMER... well almost... She missed the age-at entry requirement by a couple of months.

    After reading her story, don't you think she more than deserves a shot too?

    "I, Gabriela Monico, hereby declare as follows: My name is Gabriela Monico. I am a resident of California. I was born in San Salvador, El Salvador. I came to the United States in November 2005 on…

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  • Lady Liberty, you’ll find me waiting beside that promised golden door.

    | Anonymous

    As a kid, living in the United States without a green card was little more than an occasional inconvenience – waking up extra early on a Saturday morning to meet with a lawyer, being restricted to the United States side of the Niagara Falls. Nothing too life-altering. My earliest memory of feeling affected in some way – my immigrant coming-of-age moment, so to speak – was when my parents…

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  • I am an International Student with a F-1 Visa

    | Anonymous

    My parents brought me to the US when I was 7 years old.

    My father had a business visa, E-1, at the time and held that visa for a while. Around 1999, my father's business failed and he lost his work visa, I was forced to drop out of my public high school and change my visa status to a F-1. This allowed me to stay in the…

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  • from Denmark

    | V Mortensen

    In the 1950s my father came with less than a grade school education to settle in Minnesota. He had three girls born to him as American citizens. Today I am an attorney, my sister is a medical doctor, and my youngest sister works with her husband in Weston, CT in their own architectural firm. I love this country. My parents have seven (7) grandchildren. We're all immigrants or descendants…

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