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weareamericaishome: Family means creating a path for future generations.  Je Yon Jung, Washington D.C.  Are you in Washington, DC on June 4th or 5th? Please…

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weareamericaishome: Submitted by Jane Yoo – Fairfax, VA **Please note:  This photo was submitted by a NAKASEC staff member and is meant to serve as…

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weareamericaishome: We love our son, Sahn!  Hyeyoung Lee — Chicago, IL I came to the U.S. 10 years ago as an international student. I met…

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weareamericaishome: Last Picture of my Family Together  Sagar Patagundi Louisville, KY THIS IS AS FAR BACK AS I CAN REMEMBER THE LAST PICTURE OF MY…

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weareamericaishome: Four Generations of Korean American Women! Jennifer Y. Lee Chicago, IL  I immigrated to Chicago, IL as a nurse and petitioned for my mom and my…

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weareamericaishome: Ohana  Brandon Licuanan — Chicago, IL  This is “Ohana”, the Hawaiian club at my school. “Ohana” means family, and to me, this is truly…

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weareamericaishome: The Lentine family  Ursula Lentine — Atlanta, GA  This was taken in the early 1940’s. Our family has immigrated from Sicily four generations ago….

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weareamericaishome: Graduation ceremony with my family.   Ju Hong — Alameda, California This graduation photo signifies overcoming adversity in growing up as undocumented immigrants in the…

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weareamericaishome: This is my Mother  Liz Jang — Brooklyn, NY This is my mother when she’s not pretending in front of the camera. She emigrated…

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weareamericaishome: We are a Family of Women  Alexis Ruiz — Acworth, GA  My mother raised my two sisters and I on her own. After overstaying…

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