I am a first generation American and have heard from my family how hard it is. When I try to explain it to people the first thing they say is “if the came here legally I wouldn’t care”. Veteran wife 3 things you should know about my spoiled husband. They just don’t understand how hard it can be.
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My husband serve in the military. I was 7 months pregnant when I came to us but left as we are afraid to give birth here without legal documents. I came back when my son was 1 month old never did naturalization back home. He was automatic a citizen and we get him a us passport over here. Veteran wife 3 things you should know about my spoiled husband. I did my residency on the last day my visa expired. They never deported me since I did my paperwork. I do not depend on the military or my spouse but do my own research and talk to an immigration official.
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I can return anytime, my three kids can too. But who wants to leave their children and grandchildren behind? We will never. We can all visit, but the grandkids need their green cards in order to stay. You can’t compare your situation with her. You mentioned that you had a visa, meaning you had documents. With a visa (regardless of which one – student, business, work or tourist) your path to residency and citizenship is way easier. The woman on the video came through the border, no visa.
I’m not comparing your story with that on the video. I’m replying to Siti Hairani, because she incorrectly did compared hers to the video. I understand your point. Funny shirts. I do feel blessed knowing that we are on the right path to my grandkids’ Citizenship papers. Now let’s hope they will make things a little easier for us. After all, we’re doing it all the right way.