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Most of us have experienced moving from one country to another People forsake their homeland and move somewhere else for various reasons and throughout history countless millions of people have done so Learning a new language wearing the same style of clothes as others and teaching yourself how to be like others to be accepted in the new society is not simple as ABC I had never imagined myself of moving from a Third World country to the place called a land of opportunitySince I was born and till I turned 13 Pakistan was my refuge where I had a big family several friends and wonderful life But being a girl I had to be really careful going out of my house scared of being raped or kidnapped I remember my school used to be just 10 minutes away from my house but my father used to pay a servant who I used to think my personal bodyguard to walk with me until we get to the door of my house No wonder this is why Pakistan is called a terrorist country where people can imagine something bad happening any minute Until I was 13 my family lived in Pakistan but then the decision of moving to somewhere else was making me crazy Two of my older sister had accepted a proposal of marriage from the people who lived in America Later both families decided that to have the weddings to take place in America I can still recall that day when I got back from school and everybody in the house was packing up everything in Large 32 x 24 x 10suit cases and I ran to my mom asking where are we going Then came the life changing sentence from my mother saying we are going to America I did not know how to react should I be happy or sad The thought of leaving Pakistan was making me ask so many questions
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