Identity And Personal Experiences Of Immigrants

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I agree with your statement that each individual is unique in their own ways based upon his or her own characteristic traits, their origin, and the personal experiences that shaped who they are. Even with different perspectives of life, one would always belong to his or her ancestors because that 's where the family line started. I also like how you said that all immigrants who goes through Americanization are still a part of their ancestors and relatives. No matter how far one is from his or her family, the family connection would always remain. In my personally life, both of my parent are immigrants but became American citizens soon after. Although my family and I live on the other side of the world where my parent originated from, we are
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