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My dad and his family chose to settle in California because he heard the weather was nice and there was a lot of job opportunities in San Jose. FAFSA couldn’t approve my application at that time so I needed to reach into my own pocket to pay my tuition.
My siblings and I went to school and had good grades, my mother working as a waitress, yet again.
I grew up to be a police officer, wanting to be able to prevent crimes in my city, New York, like to what happened to my father.
After graduation from college and medical school, I was privileged to take care of cancer patients. Albany, New York I came to the United States as a child.
After we moved in, there was no more room, so I guess we were lucky.
I grew up here wishing that just for one holiday in my life I could have family around and feel the love that everyone else seemingly felt.
Turning our backs on immigrant and refugee populations would mean we are no longer willing to nurture others like myself who have a chance to grow and contribute to what makes America already so great.
We came to this country because my mother had a fellowship. My father’s MBA was not accredited in the United States so eventually he went back to school to repeat his degree. Gonzalo South Bay, Florida My parents moved to America when I was a year old and my sister was 2 1/2. Sometimes I hate how unknowingly privileged they are.
They recognized that the caste system in the US is based on where you go to school so they sent my sister and I to the best high schools and then the best colleges. They get free doctor and dentist visits while I haven’t been to the doctor since I was 8 years old. I am 17 years old now and I want to travel the world but sadly I can’t.
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