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  • Mothers Serparated From Their Children

    | Anonymous

    I am an American mother and homeowner in a Chicago suburb. I have hired maids and landscapers with and without documentation through "legal" agencies. Many workers have "fake" ID or social security numbers ,so there isn't anyway to know for sure who is who, without running background checks.

    The most heartbreaking stories for me, are those involving Moms. Consider the plight of mothers and children isolated on both…

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  • A Lithuanian Immigrant story

    | Anonymous

    I am 84 years old and this is the story of an illegal immigrant, my father.

    At the age of 16 after wandering over Europe working at any job to secure money for passage to North America, my father was able to board a ship to Halifax, Canada. Passage there cost less than passage to Ellis Island.

    On foot my father crossed illegally into the United States…

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  • Brought to America

    | Anonymous

    My story begins like many others. I was brought to America as a teen by my mother. We came from England to Canada, and crossed the border illegally there. I was not told that we were illegal until we were close to the border, when I was told what to say if asked. I didn't go to school, and lived in fear of the Border Patrol. We later, crossed…

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  • What Do We Deserve?

    | Anonymous

    My husband and I came to the US 17 years ago, with the hope of paying off the debts we had. We enter the country as tourists and overstayed our visas. Our two children were born here. We pay taxes and own a small company (in a partership with a legal resident). We are well known in our community, we don't get in trouble and only a few friends…

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  • Big City, Big Realizations

    | Anonymous

    I moved from a tiny town in Pennsylvania to the much larger city of Columbus, Ohio to go to college in August of 2008. I had moved to a big, unfamiliar city all by myself to get an education and to play softball, not realizing that after one year and many tears later, I would be quitting softball; the only thing that made me, "me" for the past 13…

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