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Jose Vargas a Pilipino immigrated to the US when he was 13 in 1993 He has an uncle Lolo who takes care of him at all in the US He entered the sixth grade to start his education here At the beginning Vargas didnt know that he immigrated here with the fake documents which were bought by his uncle illegally Until the day he went to DMV to try to get his first drivers permit when he was 16 The employee told him that he was using the fake green card Then he went back to home and asked for the explanation from his uncle Lolo answered that was the shorter way to bring him here According to the article My Life as an Undocumented Immigrant by Jose Antonio Vargas My mother wanted to give me a better life so she sent me thousands of miles away to live with her parents in America His mother sent him to here because she wanted him to have the better life and education So she didnt care the way was legal or illegal Vargas couldnt believe that so he started to find the other ways to get his legal documents and identifications He convinced that he could reward the US citizenship if he worked enough but it wasnt easy He was a good student in the school that he could earn a scholarship to cover his tuition Especially he studied hard of English through by reading the articles watching TV shows and movies and did much writing That was the reason why he could be a co-editor of the student newspaper later Much more lately he thought he had to stand up and speak up to represent the people who were like him staying in the US with undocumented immigration He wrote lots of article to announce the society that they deserve the citizenship However Vargas deserves the US citizenship because he absolutely possesses the qualities of
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