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  • Our Story

    | Anonymous

    My story is only one of millions. I am a U.S. citizen. In 2007, I married my wonderful wife, a citizen of Mexico.

    Since then, we have been entangled in the immigration process to adjust my wife’s status. She was brought without papers as a child. Her family came to the U.S. because her father had been unemployed for many months and needed to feed his family. Little…

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  • Undocumented For 16 Years

    | Anonymous

    In 1989, when I was four years old, my family immigrated to the United States. My parents were both architects. My dad specialized in skyscrapers. As professionals, they had experienced so much corruption that in paying fees to politicians and contractors just to find a project and complete it, they generally lost more money than they made. They wanted a better life for themselves and for us. So we…

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  • From here and from there...

    | Anonymous

    I was the first in my family to go to high school and receive a diploma and the only one who has gone further on to college. My parents immigrated into the United States, like many other families, seeking for job opportunities that would allow them to provide my brothers and I with choices they did not have.

    I began my college education knowing of the importance of…

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  • Choosing to Help Others

    | Anonymous

    I decided to advocate for immigrants' rights because I had finally, after 22 years of waiting, obtained my U.S. Citizenship. Obtaining it didn't mean the end of the racial profiling, because I looked visibly Latina. I had become tired of working for a company which wanted to act as ICE - firing various undocumented workers, and constantly limiting the upward mobility of employees of color. I was able to…

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  • Given chance or opportunity, I will make a difference

    | Anonymous

    Ethnically Indian, I was born in Fiji and I came to the United States when I was three-years-old. Six months later, I became Undocumented. At the age of 23, I became Undocumented and Unafraid. Being raised in America, I caught the “American Dream” virus that was spread by teachers. In elementary school and middle school, I never knew what it meant to be undocumented; all I knew is that…

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