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Alberto Alvaro Rios Green Card is expressing his emotion to a new experience This was going on during the late 1900s in Mexico Rios grandmother is telling him about her journey to gaining freedom in the Unites States because he wanted to gain his green card The card is a first step towards applying for citizenshipRios says its very different in the United States compared to Mexico Christine Soyong Harley How our Immigration Policies Hurt Families and All of UsImmigration is just different in both stories because Rios is talking about Mexicans and Harley is talking about Chinese people Immigrants that strive for middle and upper income seek US citizenship so they can provide greater opportines for themselves and their familiesThis story has had additional leverage in helping anti-immigrant advocates asserts a new baby boom among millions of birth tourists who come in the US in order to have themselves an American baby Ophra Winfrey Ophra early life was born in the south after she was born her mother Moved to the north with Winfrey grandmother Hattie Mae this was in the 1900sLiving with her grandmother they were very poor and lived in a high poverty areaWinfrey moved from place to place in her life until her mother sent her to live with her father for the second time Winfreys father made her very smart because he was very strict on her That ledher along way she ended up getting a scholarship to Tennessee State University where she majored in communications Her strong abilities in this area led her into her media careerWinfrey is a billionaire now and very successful at everything she does None of this is easy nobody knows what will happen when you come and everyone is not treated the same 40The thesis relates to both of the articles by saying that Chinese peoplehad to
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