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  • First Generation - The Other Half of the Undocumented side

    | Anonymous

    Throughout my life, my parents have always said to me "EL dinero no es importante, pero si ayuda" "Money isn't everything, but it does help".

    They came to this country roughly 20 years ago while my mother was pregnant with my older brother so they could give both him and their future children the life they were not able to have. Unfortunately, they came here as many other…

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  • Martha's Story

    | Anonymous

    By the time I was six years old, I had crossed the Mexican-American border with my mom two times. After the second crossing, my family and I settled in Danbury, Connecticut. I was born in Puebla, Mexico, and like so many other Central and South Americans in the early 1990's my parents decided to come to the United States in search of a better life - better paying jobs…

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  • Opportunity To Have Opportunity

    | Anonymous

    My name is Andres. I am 21 years old. I was born in Colombia and came to this country I now call home at the age of 10. I have lived in Florida ever since.

    My family and I left Colombia because we were being persecuted by Las FARC in Colombia. It was no longer safe for us to be there so we decided to come to "the…

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  • Dear America

    | Anonymous

    Dear America, Although I rather not call myself American I am part of you. I came to you as a baby of only three months to be raised by you till this day nineteen years. My life belongs here in your land. My parents left their homes and families to come to you in search of a better future for me. But sadly along with the accomplishments I have…

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  • We are Americans

    | Anonymous

    I was born in Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, 45 years ago. I came illegally to this country following my husband and with a daughter in my arms 25 years ago. My daughter was illegal as well, my husband wasn't.

    25 years later I have six kids, my oldest daughter graduated from Mills College in Oakland, CA. My second and third daughters are currently attending NAU. My third daughter is…

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