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  • Illegal to be called "illegal"

    | Anonymous

    Hello, My name is Chante Padilla. I'm the wife of a wonderful man, and a mother to our beautiful daughter. A proud citizen of the United States. Meeting my "wonderful man" at the age of 10, now 25. I never would of known that our lives & future would be so complicated. My "wonderful man" was brought to California at the age of 2 from Mexico. Along with his…

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  • American by choice

    | Maria Comninou

    I consider myself a "real" American, although I was not born here. After I became a permanent resident, I made a rational choice to become an American. Unlike most, I do not owe my American citizenship to an accident of birth. I am not an "accidental" American. I chose to become an American citizen for two fundamental reasons: The written Bill of Rights; and The constitutional separation of church…

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  • NeverEnding Story

    | Anonymous

    Since before I was born my mother tried to leave Venezuela, her first option was Canada. But between one thing and another her idea wouldn't materialize until 2002. At the time, she had already sensed the debacle of socio-economics and politics in our home country, it was around 1980. Then, I was born in 1981 and grew in an environment of fear and paranoia, learning how to prevent from…

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  • Proffesionals For The Economy

    | Anonymous

    I am Joe, I came here in the USA in year 2004.

    I am a Mechanical Engineering graduate with a 15 years experience. It was a dream come true to get here and work in this country. My wife is a Dentist in our country but she gave up working there just to pursue going here in America. I work from 1 company to another because to pursue…

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  • Documented non-immigrant

    | Anonymous

    Documented non-immigrant? At least, that's how I am classified according to United States government. I am not really an eloquent writer like Jose Vargas, but I'd try my best to tell a bit about me.

    I came to US in 2006 when I was 20 years old to study something which I was very interested in since my teenage. I wanted to study Astronomy as it had become…

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