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A few months back the family and I had to take a involuntary journey to Mexico My wife applied for adjustment of immigration status and several months later we received a letter from immigration services It was a hot summer day in May I was mowing the lawn so thirsty that I could of drink a whole gallon of iced cold water The mailman waved at me trying to get my attention since I had my headphones blasting loud to get rid of the annoying lawnmower noise Drenched in sweat I approached the mailman who had a certified letter on his hand with the green INS logo on the top left corner It was the letter my wife and I had been waiting anxiously for a prolonged time I turned the lawnmower off and signed for the letter With a huge smile on my face I ran eagerly inside the house to deliver the news to my wife who was in the kitchen preparing lunch at the time I opened the letter desperately to read the anticipated news just to get a hard blow to the face The letter read the feared news by my wife and me She had to leave the country and wait for her visa in Mexican territory immediately The awaited letter had sent us to a path of fear in Mexico but also to a time that would change us foreverMost of my childhood years were spent in a small border town of Mexico before coming to live in the United States I remember of long hot summer days playing soccer with my friends sitting at parks talking about girls and watching people pass by enjoying the day That was many years ago before all the mafia and corruption took over Mexico Now days Mexico has been overtaken by huge wave of insecurity where violence and corruption take control of the streets and the peace of mind of its people
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