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Becoming an American Citizen was one of the best decisions I ever made. I don’t want to go into what put me in the category for “extraordinary abilities”, getting me my green card in 2005.
My Irish-born parents, Margaret and Jerry, emigrated from London, England, in 1959, with me, age 3, and my sister, Dolores, age 17 months.
Recently, I heard the story of a participant at this gathering that we had at the White House that I was telling you about at the top of my speech.
This August 24th will mark four years in the United States for me. When I was in Lima, Peru, I could have never imagined my life now.
My parents brought me over from Czechoslovakia in 1939 and here I was, a seven-year old, knowing three words of English: Please, Thank you and Donkey.
This is part of story that was published in the Deseret News, it is a story about immigration, it is a story about Dreamer’s and it is my story. the path to the american dream has been rough, but worth it, and it is a path worth reading.
Victoria Confino emigrated with her family from Kastoria (in the Ottoman Empire, now modern day Greece), to New York City in 1913.
I moved to the United States from Jamaica the day after I turned 16 years old.
Alexander Bolonkin is an internationally recognized scientist in in the fields of aviation, cosmonautics, mathematics, and computer science.
I am a fiction writer, a published author. America has given me education, freedom, and opportunity.
While on the Carnegie site, I was recalling a PBS story of the Mars missions
Eduardo Darino celebrates in 2013 his 50 years creating animation, from analog hand drawn art to film, video and now digital particles in real time.