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Javier is an average Hispanic looking guy about 5 feet 4 inches tall short muscular and sturdy his legs a little shorter for his body He has a short curly raven-black hair brushed up so neatly Javier is around in his late 30s Javier is from Acapulco Mexico he entered the US illegally with the aid of an illegal recruiter He knows very well how dangerous it is if caught But he took the risks and went to the US illegally just so he can help his family in Mexico Life in Mexico is really hard he struggled to get a decent job there So when one of his friends told him he knows someone who could help him get to the US Javier got interested and borrowed money from his friends and took off to the US He has been staying for almost 6 years now with no legal documents with him It isnt easy to get a job in the US neither He was lucky he met his childhood friend Carlos and was offered to work at his dinerJavier works as an all-around His tasks include washing the dishes taking customers orders making coffees making patties et cetera Without him the diner is in chaos especially now that theyre gaining a lot of customersOne day Carlos decided to move to California If theres one man he could entrust his diner to it would be Javier So he sold his diner to Javier at a very reasonable price Since Javier knows how to operate Carloss diner and he knows his way around the diner so much he didnt hesitate to buy the diner It is the only job Javier knows where his life revolvesSo Javier continued to do his routines without hiring an extra help An extra help would only mean an additional expense Javier doesnt want that so instead he does all the doings there It is hard but Javier never complained His
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