On 07/10/2016 at approximately 2035 hours I, Officer Kyle Strand and Officer Hirotaka of the Arlington Police Department were dispatched to an assault call. Dispatch advised us the reporting parties (RP) girlfriend was physical with the RP after dropping her off. Dispatched also advised us the RP will be at Chevron next to the Washington State Patrol building in Marysville waiting for a phone call. I phoned the RP who was identified as Pulido, Mario (07/06/1989). Pulido explained his girlfriend assaulted him when he was dropping her off at her parents’ home.
Nicole Ortega Historical 144 1 February 2016 Professor Adams Entering Life has an Immigrant Traveling alone Day 1,1914 Hot tired don’t know what’s going on, alone, and scared everyone that I knew had gotten separated from me. In the beginning of my journey I had my family for a while, but now I’m on my own now, traveling to Ellis Island, and it’s has been brutally difficult. by myself was life challenging.Coming into America as an immigrant changed my entire life. Since my family didn’t get
Many people that came to the United States illegally have been worried about deportation ever since they have stepped foot in this country. I remember my cousin many years ago coming with a student visa from Europe and decided on not going back home. He was always so careful of everything he did to not get into trouble with the law. Because he decided to continue his education at Wright College, he was being charged the international student rate, which was around 3x as much as a in district student. The life of an illegal immigrant is not easy and hopefully with this new application, immigrants will receive a tool to help them sleep better knowing that they have some knowledge of what is taking place around
I am talking about my moving day. I was moving from mesa to San Tan Valley, it was a very long and boring day for me. The only thing is that I was just 13 at the time; it was a very difficult move because my family and I needed to put stuff in the U-Haul. We also took a long time because my mom and dad needed to go to work and I am required to go to school and study, this move was on October 25, 2013, it was a really sad day. Not only because of the move it was because I have friends that I still talk to today but it is harder to go over and play sports or video games, my other problem is that you have to remember your home you were in for four years.
As a child I would always see my parents work hard for every dollar they made. When I reached my teenage years I realized that it was because they were immigrants to this country and took whatever job opportunity they could find. I also came to realize that I was an immigrant, and that life was tougher for not having the proper documentation. This year I fell into the biggest hole of my life. I learned that I was not going to get financial aid because of my legal status and my mother was also diagnosed with a tumer last month.
One of the biggest influences in my life Dr.Michael Magruder a Brother of Omega Psi Phi told us on a daily basis the importance of getting our work done, being respectful to not only women but to our fellow man as well. Doc always told us about this philosophy called paradigm shift and how once we fully understand what that means how we will be able to see how things work and be able to expand our minds and think outside of the norm. The lessons and lectures that Dr.Magruder gave us stuck with me and will always stick with me he instilled in me
At first, the despair stuck with me, and the job terrified me. Despite cautious remarks of working with gang members - two weeks into the program - I felt connected to the regular families who showed up for the SNL activities. One family in particular stood out as proof that I had made an impact, the Rodriguez family. Richard, their twelve-year-old son openly expressed his future as one being doomed for failure. Richard began telling me about his life:
Ernest saying this really shows that being in the army was a big impact on his life, because he even said that if it wasn’t for the army I would most likely be in jail. So we can see that from being in the army really taught Ernest discipline, which he still uses today. In addition, I also asked Ernest if he looked up to someone and why. He responded by saying “I looked up to my sergeants, they taught me how to behave, because I was not very well disciplined.” From what my grandpa said, joining the army really taught him many important life values, that really changed the way he began to look at
As the child of Mexican immigrants, I have always felt the pressure and responsibility of making my parents’ sacrifices worthwhile. Growing up, I understood that my childhood was significantly different from that of my parents. My parents parted from their families, lost touch with friends, and surrendered careers in order to give my brothers and me the opportunity of an education without barriers. The sacrifices my parents made changed every aspect of their lives and shaped the direction of mine. The memory of my oldest brother’s graduation and the overjoyed tears welled up in my parents’ eyes motivates me to fulfill my parents’ American dream, the reason they abandoned their aspirations in order for me to achieve mine.
Becoming a us citizen of us from the time that I was in high school, I though in getting the citizenship through my mom,but I noticed that she was really scared of applying, so I didn 't bother her and chose to wait the require time to apply by myself after two years of waiting, I stared the process and the fist step was filling the application in Internet, second was taking the on us office and last was taking an oath, after all this steps finally I got my citizenship. When I stared applying with the us citizen office, I was eighteen years old and I was really scared and nervous of the process, But that dint stop me from starting the application. So I decided to fill the application on line with all my information and paying all the fees with my moms credit card, after that I had wait for one month and a half and while that I felt that the waiting time was taking for ever, but when I got the letter it makes me feel better knowing that they received my information and