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Student trying to become a citizen Naturalization, Citizenship

Discussion in 'Green Card, Residency, Naturalization' started by cavesonic13, Sep 1, 2008.

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  1. cavesonic13

    cavesonic13 Law Topic Starter New Member

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    Hello my name is Martin

    I have a question for immigration experts,
    I am an 18 year old male immigrant from mexico and I am currently a student in A community college in Sacramento, California, I have been living in the U.S. for almost 9 years now,
    I've seen how immigration changed many people's lives including mines spcially after 9/11, I remember me waking up in the morning and seeing it on tv...*sigh*...anyways it's not what i wanted to talk about,
    As I've said I've lived here almost 9 years, I went through the education years of 5th grade elemntary school, through middle school, and graduated with a diploma in Highschool, I am now in college studying major in the computer technology area or graphic design more specifically. My whole life is here in the U.S. and I am extremely afraid of how my future will shape up, my visa hasn't expired and I am looking for a way to become a citizen, but I am also afraid.
    I know there are chances I might be deported, but then, I have no life over there. My life is here in the community i already live in. I struggle to find ways to obtain money to pay for my college fees and book fees, and my parents work hard to give those things to me, they are also illegal immigrants. If i were to be sent back i would have no where to stay and no would have to start my life from scrap, I feel lost now that I understand in what big mess I am in, scared of my future and my dreams.
    I've looked online and tried to figure out how to become a citizen but everything seems to scare me. I am doing this alone because i do not want my parents to be involved and if something happens to me they'll stay safe. My sister in Middle school and my brother who was born here in the U.S. is entering kindergarden, so they don't have it easy trust me.
    I am looking for help, I am tired of being scared, and it seems impossible to do these kind of things alone, so I;ve decided to look for help. please...if u can help, tell me what i can do, what steps to take, I would appreciate it...it has been a long night and it has been another night of research on my problem. Hope i can get feedback here.

    Thank you for your time,
    Sincerely,
    Martin
     
  2. muggsyj

    muggsyj New Member

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    Hi Martin,

    Go and see an immigration lawyer, you case would be to complex to comment on. Do not be scared of what you can't see. You have no idea what your future holds, just stay positive and remember you had no choice when you bought to the USA and therefor have had to make it your home.

    Good Luck

    Mark
     
  3. cavesonic13

    cavesonic13 Law Topic Starter New Member

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    Thanks for the reply mark, I'll find a lawyer and see what i can do ^.^

    Thank you
     
  4. muggsyj

    muggsyj New Member

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    your welcome
     

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