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Undocumented In LA The whole book is basically written to describe the life of an undocumented immigrant in United States The life of Yamileth Lpez who came to US from Nicaragua The hardships and risks that they had to go through before they arrive to US Before coming to US she had a dream of the US which a picture was painted in her mind that everything will be much better in US here But until when she gets here in Los Angeles she found out that it is not all she thought it would be Yamileth and her son Miguel had to leave their own country and come to US for the so call better lifestyle Finally after the time they had travel and gone through the trouble and risks to come to US It is not all what they had in mind The undocumented status had them had to find the jobs and to put Miguel in school is something that is hard to do since the undocumented status And then language problem which is the most important barrier of all that kept them from learning and find better opportunities for them to work and education Later on Yamileth found the job in Oregon which she and Miguel went and work and live with Penny and Mark The life there and the treatment they receive from Penny and Mark was something that is more than what Yamileth expected For all the modern appliances such as washer and dryer so forth they are something that She had never seen before and never know how to operate them She knows that she is suppose to be a worker and cant get used to the friendly treatment that Penny and Mark given them The fact that Miguel get a better education in Oregon and the father kind of figure to Miguel which is something that Yamileth cant give to Miguel Miguel learn English
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