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Immigration is a complex and multifaceted issue that faces the US. In his film, Sin Nombre (2009),
director Cary Fukunaga aims to juxtaposition the issue of immigration with the issue of gang
violence in Mexico, and show the difficulties immigrants face by giving his audience an insider's
perspective into the experience of immigrating to the United States from Honduras. He does this
through a variety of characters; most notably Willie and Sayra. Fukunaga did extensive research on
life in the Mara Salvatrucha gang and the process of immigrating to America, in order to make his
film realistic and authentic. The result is a movie that not only shows immigration in a way that
evokes empathy and enforces the humanity of immigrants in the viewer's mind, but also gives the
viewer a look into the realities of being in a gang. Through the use of strong characters, powerful
dialogue and vivid imagery, Fukunaga uses pathos to put a human face to the issue of immigration,
logos to inform and give his audience context about the issues the film addresses, and ethos to
establish his credibility and make the film believable.
Through the use of gang violence, Fukunaga uses logos to give the intended audience context and
information about life in the Mara Salvatrucha. For example, at the beginning of the movie, Smiley
was initiated into the gang. The brutal ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Fukunaga also creates a reputable, realistic movie through intrinsic ethos. Finally, in an appeal to
logos, the movie uses unforgettable scenes of gang violence, giving the audience context and
showing them the realities of life in a gang and informs them of the modern issue that is gang
violence. "Sin Nombre" consistently blends all three appeals and fulfills Fukunaga's purpose of
educating his audience about the issues of immigration and
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Ethos Pathos Logos In Sin Nombre
Pros And Cons Of Immigrating To Canada
You have better odds if you have a Canadian degree, diploma, or certificate. The latest report
published by the Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) revealed that the number
of international graduates immigrating to Canada through the Express Entry program has increased
significantly last year. According to the 2016 Express Entry Year–End Report, a total of 1,992
international graduates were issued an Invitation to Apply (ITA) in 2016, up by 48 percent from
2015. This number is 35 percent of the total numbers of foreign citizens that were invited to apply
for permanent residency that year. The IRCC said that this number does not include international
graduates that had been nominated by a province. However, the number of
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Ethos Pathos Logos In Sin Nombre
The Road To Chlifa Essay
Have you ever wondered what would be the experience of immigrating to a different country would
be like eh? The experience of immigrating to a different country was similarly difficult in The Road
to Chlifa and The Kite Runner as the characters had to start over in a new country, they had to
change their lifestyle and some of the characters were isolated. To begin with, The experience of
immigrating to a different country was difficult in The Road to Chlifa because the characters had to
start over as Karim who was new to Canada didn't had a house or any means of transportation to
travel. It was also hard for Karim's parents to get employed in a good job as a good job in Canada
demands an individual to be perfectly fluent in English or French and it also requires a college or an
university degree from Canada and as it shows in the book "the road to chlifa" that Karim's parents
were new to Canada and they know Lebanese French which is a little bit different than Canadian
French. In the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Karim said "Its cold out I hate the cold and the snow" – Karim from The Road to Chlifa by Michèle
Marineau, page 18 Karim also wasn't used to the Canadian schools, many people made fun of him
because he was the only one who stood up to share an answer or to greet the teacher in the morning.
Although Karim knew Lebanese French he still has to work on to improve his French and English
which wouldn't be easy because learning a new language is though. On the other hand Amir and his
father would had similar problems as they didn't knew Spanish which is the second language of the
United Sates and they knew only a little English. It wasn't as hard as Karim for Amir to learn a new
language as he was a small kid at the time and it was easy for him to get involved with
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Ethos Pathos Logos In Sin Nombre

  • 1. Ethos Pathos Logos In Sin Nombre Immigration is a complex and multifaceted issue that faces the US. In his film, Sin Nombre (2009), director Cary Fukunaga aims to juxtaposition the issue of immigration with the issue of gang violence in Mexico, and show the difficulties immigrants face by giving his audience an insider's perspective into the experience of immigrating to the United States from Honduras. He does this through a variety of characters; most notably Willie and Sayra. Fukunaga did extensive research on life in the Mara Salvatrucha gang and the process of immigrating to America, in order to make his film realistic and authentic. The result is a movie that not only shows immigration in a way that evokes empathy and enforces the humanity of immigrants in the viewer's mind, but also gives the viewer a look into the realities of being in a gang. Through the use of strong characters, powerful dialogue and vivid imagery, Fukunaga uses pathos to put a human face to the issue of immigration, logos to inform and give his audience context about the issues the film addresses, and ethos to establish his credibility and make the film believable. Through the use of gang violence, Fukunaga uses logos to give the intended audience context and information about life in the Mara Salvatrucha. For example, at the beginning of the movie, Smiley was initiated into the gang. The brutal ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Fukunaga also creates a reputable, realistic movie through intrinsic ethos. Finally, in an appeal to logos, the movie uses unforgettable scenes of gang violence, giving the audience context and showing them the realities of life in a gang and informs them of the modern issue that is gang violence. "Sin Nombre" consistently blends all three appeals and fulfills Fukunaga's purpose of educating his audience about the issues of immigration and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Pros And Cons Of Immigrating To Canada You have better odds if you have a Canadian degree, diploma, or certificate. The latest report published by the Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) revealed that the number of international graduates immigrating to Canada through the Express Entry program has increased significantly last year. According to the 2016 Express Entry Year–End Report, a total of 1,992 international graduates were issued an Invitation to Apply (ITA) in 2016, up by 48 percent from 2015. This number is 35 percent of the total numbers of foreign citizens that were invited to apply for permanent residency that year. The IRCC said that this number does not include international graduates that had been nominated by a province. However, the number of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. The Road To Chlifa Essay Have you ever wondered what would be the experience of immigrating to a different country would be like eh? The experience of immigrating to a different country was similarly difficult in The Road to Chlifa and The Kite Runner as the characters had to start over in a new country, they had to change their lifestyle and some of the characters were isolated. To begin with, The experience of immigrating to a different country was difficult in The Road to Chlifa because the characters had to start over as Karim who was new to Canada didn't had a house or any means of transportation to travel. It was also hard for Karim's parents to get employed in a good job as a good job in Canada demands an individual to be perfectly fluent in English or French and it also requires a college or an university degree from Canada and as it shows in the book "the road to chlifa" that Karim's parents were new to Canada and they know Lebanese French which is a little bit different than Canadian French. In the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Karim said "Its cold out I hate the cold and the snow" – Karim from The Road to Chlifa by Michèle Marineau, page 18 Karim also wasn't used to the Canadian schools, many people made fun of him because he was the only one who stood up to share an answer or to greet the teacher in the morning. Although Karim knew Lebanese French he still has to work on to improve his French and English which wouldn't be easy because learning a new language is though. On the other hand Amir and his father would had similar problems as they didn't knew Spanish which is the second language of the United Sates and they knew only a little English. It wasn't as hard as Karim for Amir to learn a new language as he was a small kid at the time and it was easy for him to get involved with ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Importance Of Immigrating To The United States Jose advices people who are thinking to immigrate in the United States that they should because of the opportunities, but to work hard and accomplish the goal they are coming for. For example if they come because of poverty then they need to make sure they accomplish something that will help their family back home. Because, why will you leave your family to immigrate to a new country and in the end do not do anything to make a change or impact in your family. Jose experience of immigrating to the United States when he was 14 years of age relates to the Maslow's hierarchy of needs theory. According to Martin and Joomis (2007), there are five stages in Maslow's hierarchy of needs theory. Maslow suggested that the first and most basic need people ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Puerto Ricans Immigrating to America Essay Puerto Ricans Immigrating to America The migration of Puerto Ricans to the United States occurred in two major waves. The first wave was in the 1910s–1940s and the second wave was from the 1960s to the 1990s. Each wave of migrants brought new generations of Puerto Ricans to the United States. Both waves of migrants believed that they were going to live a better life in America and migrated to major cities such as New York City, Chicago, Hartford, etc. The early migrants looked for industrial jobs such as in cigar factories while the later migrants found agricultural work such as in tobacco fields. The communities in which they lived grew larger and larger due to chain migration and because of this, the need for politics evolved. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The first Socialist Party composed of Puerto Ricans was established in 1918. At around this time, the Asociacion Nationalista was established, composed of Puerto Rican Nationalists. Los Corsarios, which was an anarchist circle, that published newspaper entitled El Corsario and was composed mainly of dock workers and tabaqueros was also in existence. These groups, and the others that existed, tell a lot about the political history of this time. First and foremost, they are examples that help explain the term Class Politics for the people that made up each group were from the same working class and race did not matter. Secondly, they demonstrate the fact that Puerto Ricans were in a way more separated form each other and therefore that is why they were not so influential at the time. To read a little more on the lack of unity among Puerto Ricans, you can read Shakira Ramos' paper The organizations may have provided a form of support for the migrants but they did not really work towards bettering the community as a whole. Puerto Ricans held a strong nostalgia for their home country which prevented them from advancing in the United States. The second wave of immigrants brought change in the way Puerto Ricans handled politics. This change came about around the time of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. The Importance Of Immigrating To America COMING TO AMERICA Connor Driscoll was seventeen year old man that lives in London, United Kingdom with his two parents, Kelly and Ryan Driscoll. Kelly was sixty–five years old and Ryan is sixty seven years old. Connor and his family were very poor, so poor that they were lucky if they had enough money by the end of the day to have something to eat. Connor and his family lived in a small alleyway in London. Each of them has a job. Kelly and Connor both worked at a factory; meanwhile Ryan worked as a railroad lyre. Whenever their family was done with what they were working on or when work was over they would go home back in their dark alleyway. They would all sit together and just dream of being rich and living in a house, or ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... To start off our day we all went to work and said our goodbyes to the people we know, work with, and talk to. After, we needed to go say bye to the people that we know around our home and tell them that we are immigrating to America, then we told them all the good things that America had to offer. By the time that was all over it was almost time to go to bed. Finally the last thing that we did was hope and pray that everything that was going to happen the next day, would work out well and have no problems immigrating to America. My parents and I went to bed a much earlier than normal because we knew that we had a big day ahead or ourselves. In the morning my mother woke me up at around six O'Clock and told me to get ready to leave for a long journey. At around six–thirty we left to head for the boats. When we arrived to the boats we stood there for a few moments just realizing how many people were going to America. Then, they walked up to a boat a got on. On the boat there was an instructor telling us to head to the lower part of the boat, when we got down there, it wasn't just us riding this boat to America, it was a couple hundred people down there immigrating to America. So we sat down, on the floor like everyone else because there were no seats. During our trip to America, on the boat in the lower deck was so foul–smelling, due to how many ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Summary Of The Departure The Arrival Lubna Warawra's "The Departure–The Arrival," and Nila Somaia–Carten's "February 1, 1992," from When Your Voice Tastes Like Home: Immigrant Women Write, are short stories written in first– person that describe the author's journey immigrating to Canada. The women face many challenges immigrating, such as the pain of leaving behind their families, and loved ones. Warawra writes about her experience immigrating to Toronto from the West (Western) Banks of war–torn Palestine and Somaia–Carten shares her experience immigrating to Vancouver from Kenya, in hopes of living a better life. Both stories employ symbolism to accentuate the struggles of migrating to a new country. In "The Departure–The Arrival," Warawra uses symbolism to indicate the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... At this moment she realizes that her oud is a symbol of her being Arab, and an object that illustrates to her that she does not belong; she is an outsider. While reminiscing the "longest sunset in [her] life," (12) Warawra recalls the conversation she had with her mother about sunsets and sunrises. Although her mother prefers sunrise, Warawra enjoys the sunset. She deems the sunset is "a start of a new night, and a preparation for another sunrise," (12). This symbolizes her immigration to Canada being a new step in her life; the sunrise to come. In "February 1, 1992," by Nila Somaia– Carten, Somaia–Carten also symbolizes her conflicts in immigrating, more so with objects than words. On her flight to Vancouver, Somaia–Carten is very nervous about her immigration. Her sweaty palms represent the nervousness she feels anticipating the landing of the plane, "the palms of my hands are sweaty [...] I anxiously wipe them on my jeans," (19). Due to this nervousness she finds herself doubting her decision, "I worry that I am making the biggest mistake of my life," (19) and apprehensively asking herself "will I find a job? Will I find a place to stay?" (19). Her uneasiness asserts how difficult it is for her to make the decision to leave her comfort zone and immigrate to Canada. Unlike Warawra, Somaia–Carten is not fleeing a war zone. Comparable to Warawra, Somaia–Carten also lays emphasize on her immigration papers, "I don't believe words will ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Summary Of No Speak English By Sandra Cisneros The purpose vignette, No Speak English, written by Sandra Cisneros, was to emphasize the struggle of immigrating from one country to another. Mamacita, a large woman who is the wife of one of Esperanza's neighbors, if forced to leave her beloved home in Mexico and live with her husband in an apartment complex filled with the feeling of poverty. Mamacita does not leave the vicinity of her apartment because she cannot speak English and is afraid and unable to interact with others because her fluency is in Spanish only. Mamacita feels heartbroken when her young son repeats a Pepsi commercial in English, in the book she says to her son, "...the baby boy...starts to sing the Pepsi commercial he heard on TV...No speak English, she says to the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Accuracy Of The Movie 'Far And Away' A realistic historical fiction movie "Far and Away" based upon Irish immigrants moving to the United States during the 1800's coming for land in the 'Oklahoma Territory'. The movie overall is accurate in most historical areas and themes. The two main characters of the movie are John Donnelly and Shannon Christie both originally from Ireland immigrating in the hope of land. The reason they came is because of the Land Runs of the 1890's for property and the hope of a better life. "Far and Away" is a very accurate movie connecting the history and fiction seamlessly. The movies accuracy of the Land Run was spot on. The year and the season it took place was correct. The only real inaccuracy is the name of the Oklahoma Land Race which is actually called the Land Run of 1893 or The Cherokee Outlet Opening. This Land Run was the fourth one of its kind as well as, the largest one to have transpired. The accuracy of the event in the setup and how the Land Run occurred was true to history. In "Far and Away" people lined up with horses, wagons, horse drawn carriages, and just old fashioned running to go and claim the parcel of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... When John Donnelly (Tom Cruise) and Shannon Christie (Nicole Kidman) are removed from the brothel they experience their first touch of racial discrimination from being Irish born. People in the late 1800's would have placed signs in windows saying" Irish May Need Not Apply" or "Will Not Hire Irish" as a form of discrimination. Moreover, in the movie when the stars are homeless and starving people refuse to give them food, shelter, or work because of this. In history, Irish discrimination was prevalent in the city of Boston in which, the movie for the most part takes place. The accuracy of the discrimination and the location in which it takes place is valid because it parallels the social history of the time ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Common Reasons for Immigrating to a Different Country Essay America has the label as a flashlight at the end of a dark escape tunnel glued to its name. One thinks existence will be far much better if they were living in the "American Dream." As a result, people tend to populate this country. Why do people leave their native country? One will immigrate to the United States of America on the grounds of economic reasons, personal reasons, and political reasons. These reasons contribute to a person leaving his or her native country and joining the culture of someone else's. The term for this movement is emigration. Emigration is the act of leaving one's native country or region to settle in another. It is the same as immigration but from the perspective of the country of origin. America, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Receiving a higher income and having less living expenses in their life appealed heavily to the immigrants, thus found the need to leave their native origin (Cohn). Besides migrating to earn a better income, personal factors as well come into play that influences one to immigrate to the United States. Psychologists suggest that personality factors are important in the desire to emigrate. Those who want to emigrate are more work–oriented, consider the family less central, are lower on affiliation motivation, and have higher achievement and power motivation. These personality factors are most salient for those who are not family–sponsored immigrants (Boneva and Frieze 2001). Additional reasons, such as retiring and amplifying ones education are on the list too. Once again, the United States is the common meeting ground. Many elderly people and retirees migrate to areas considered more attractive for a retirement lifestyle. This may consist of enrolling into an elite retiring home or just the simple fact of there are better health care facilities that will cater better for the elderly (Longino). In addition, the pension plan may allocate better in the United States than their native country. Moreover, third World Countries that do not have the proper teaching facilities to educate their natives, for example, places such as Central America, will seek education from accredited ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Immigrating to Canada Introduction Emigrating from one's country to another causes many changes in the emigrating family, which can be dealt in a variety of manners. It has been demonstrated that the immigrants have a tough time adjusting into the country they have moved to. Each member of the immigrated families have an impact of moving in a different manner, for instance, children of such families have to keep the family rituals and customs while balancing out their school life on different scales. This literature review will address the financial and emotional impact of each family member of an immigrated family. The purpose is to understand that when immigrants first arrive in Canada or other developed nations, it is not easy for them to start a new life. It requires a great deal of effort and time to fit into a new society, especially for a middle aged person, who has spent her or his life in a very different manner. Currently Canada needs a big number of skilled immigrants because between now and 2021 many jobs are recognized to be unfilled, therefore1, Canadians need to understand the immigrants, and assist them hence, they can easily adapt to the new society. Subtopic 1: Feelings of the new immigrants Many immigrants come to Canada each year in order to make a better living. It is not easy to move to a new country and start a new life in a new environment hence, newcomers go through different emotions. According to the Government of Canada, Canadian population is approximately 31 million ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Immigrating To America Immigrating to the United States from Belarus at a young age has helped me becoming the person I am today. When my family and I moved , none of us could speak a word of English other then yes , no , hello. We started living with my aunt who had recently moved a year ago, and from there my mother did everything she could to create the better life we moved here for. I watched my mom somehow get 2 jobs and go back to school to provide for my family and to also learn english. I learned a lot of English by watching movies before attending school in America , but still had difficulty talking to my peers and them understanding me. That did not stop me from challenging my self and bettering my english. Though out the years I now realize that here ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Immigrating To A College Essay Explain any difficulties or obstacles you've overcome (immigrating to the US, learning the English language, being the first family member to attend college, etc.) While I didn't immigrant to the United States, my parents did immigrant a few months before I was born in NYC at Jamaica Hospital. Because my parents both came from India to the United States without a college education, I will be a first – generation college student in my family. I don't really know if this is an obstacle I had to overcome, but it was listed above so I included it. However, one obstacle that arises from both of my parents not having a college degree is that economically we aren't the best. My dad has been a taxi driver for all my life and my mom is a school security agent at an elementary school for the last 10 years, and I really thank them for coming to the United States so that I can have a better opportunities than they did at India, even though that means for the time being they have to work unskilled jobs – the main reason that I want to go ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Remember the more information you provide me the more I will have to discuss in your letter. You don't want your letter to look just like everyone else's! What makes you stand out? I think the one thing that makes me stand out is that I'm not afraid of being vocal! I will always try to voice my opinion no matter the situation. I will always ask a question, no matter how stupid it may seem to someone else, because I am curious and interested about the topic. Again Mrs. Baranoff, I'M SORRY FOR PESTERING YOU WITH SO MANY QUESTIONS AT THE BEGINNING OF APUSH EVERYDAY!! I was just really interested and wanted to know more and I'm thankful that you always answered all my questions, no matter how annoying some of them were. So. I think that's the one thing that sets me apart from everyone else. Thank you very much for this ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Immigrant Ancestors What Jessica's discovers about her German–American immigrant ancestors is relevant to her growth as a teacher and a person, they expand her one–sided view on being white, and being a teacher to Mexican–American students. As Jessica became more comfortable with her ancestors she became to discuss them more in social aspects, "'I was just struck by how easy it was for him to get so many acres from the government back then." "Well it probably wasn't easy," she stammered. "I mean, he had to came all the way from Germany, [...] "It was easier for him than it was for my people," Vic said earnestly, unfazed by Jessica's sudden discomfort, "without even going into a comparison of how your people and my people got across the Atlantic. You said your ancestors ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. The Rise Of The Riveras After Immigrating To America The Riveras struggle with both emotional and financial difficulties after immigrating to America. When the Riveras arrive to America they are faced with many financial difficulties. When Alma first arrives to Redwood Apartments she realizes that it is nothing like how she expected American housing to be. She says " I had expected it to be nicer. Something with white shutters and red bricks with manicured shrubs and flower boxes in the windows. The way American houses looked in movies." (Henrique 12) Even though the Riveras housing was not as they had hoped for it was the best they were able to do because of Arturos low pay at his new job in a mushroom factory which is keeping the Riveras visas active. Arturo undergoes harsh conditions working ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Personal Narrative: Immigrating To Another Country There will be times in our lives where we will step into a situation and not know what to do. Immigrating to another country at a young age enabled me to sharpen my adaptation skills that helped me face various environments and situations. Until I was 7, I have lived with my parents and 6 older siblings in the Philippines. My community was very close as we would gather around during holidays or mourn together. Due to this, immigrating to America was a culture shock as there weren't many Filipinos and people spoke in different languages. Hispanics dominated my community so there was a slight pressure to assimilate. I remember my aunt telling my parents "We don't do that here." and it made realize the importance of adapting. I had followed my older cousins and had them show me around the community. From this, I was able to learn English and American traditions. I further developed adapting to my community by befriending neighborhood kids and participating in school activities. Eventually, I became more comfortable in my environment as I gained friends from different backgrounds, spoke English, and even learned some Spanish. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Only my parents, one older sibling, and aunt immigrated to America with me so my family size significantly decreased. Although we fit in the garage, we had to find arrange ourselves so we wouldn't crash into each other. For me, my place was the corner bed I shared with my sister. From living in a house in the Philippines and into a garage in America required tons of efforts to transition. However, I was able to see things positively so instead of complaining, I made the corner mine. I placed Post–Its with doodles on the wall and do my homework or play games there. Although we lived in a garage, I was content with what I had because not only did I have own place, my family also got a lot closer to each ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Important Considerations Before Immigrating To Canada Must–Knows Before Immigrating To Canada Canada is among the best places you can opt for if you want to live in another location. Certainly, you will enjoy a better life living in such place. As opposed to other countries on the Better Life Index, it ranks above housing, income and wealth, health status, environmental quality, and jobs and earnings. It is actually for this reason that many individuals today are planning on migrating to such country. Important Considerations Before Immigrating To Canada To gauge you eligibility, you can now take an online test. You will be asked about your education, net worth, nationality, work experience, language ability, and other significant information. As accurately as possible, you have to answer such ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Illegal Immigration Research Paper Immigration is the movement of people into a destination country to which they are not native or do not possess its citizenship in order to settle or reside there. In most cases, it is a hard decision because the other country would never be compare with the one where you grew up. Now on days, people are immigrating because of the worst management of the government or because they want a second chance, a new life and leave the place where they were miserable. From that begging a fresh start, people can have new opportunities and a better life. When people crosses national borders during their migration, they are called migrants or immigrants from the perspective of the country which they enter. From the perspective of the country which they leave, they are called emigrant or out–migrant. The countries from the people that are immigrating, can have a positive and a negative effect as well as the country that the people are immigration to. There are some people who immigrate illegally, because they can't afford have the access to their legally documents. They risk their life searching a new hope to support their families. There exist some movies that shows who they are treated, just because ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It also have negative effects, because it increase the amount of food, clothe, house, etc. Immigrants lose their former countries of citizenship. The tourist aren't considered immigrants because they stay for a short time. An example of immigration is puertorrican who immigrate because of the crisis that passed the countrie. One of the place most immigrated is the United Sates. Everyone who wants to travel, need legal documents like a passport. An example of illegal immigration is when people try to escape in boats or trains thaat carry mercancy. When people immigrate they leave, behind, their family and friends. They are expose to gain things or to lose ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Chinese Immigration Research Paper In this past few decades, there's a huge amount of people immigrating to the United States. I was wondering why so many people were willing to give up everything they had to a country that they have nothing. I believe most of them are voluntary immigrants because they are looking for more job opportunities and trying to give a better education for their children. Therefore, I interviewed a friend who was migrated from China few years ago to see what made his family want to give up the life they already built up in China and immigrated to a country that they have to start everything over again. I asked him why he immigrated to the United States, he said, "His parents wanted him to have a better environment to study, so he could have more opportunity to develop the future that his parents want him to have." This means that he came here for education. He said he could be here and going to college have to thanks to his uncle because his uncle apply the immigration visa for his father, so his family could be here. Without it, his family still living in poverty in China and he wouldn't have access to higher education. Even though he could've access to higher education, the reality is different from what his parents thought. His parents realize that they have to sacrifice a lot in order to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He's first generation– foreign born child arrival and after he arrived, he had to learn another culture, which made his identity transformed. His nationality also changed to be an American citizens due to the effect of American culture. Overall, dream is difficult to fulfil because people have to sacrifice a lot, but still there's a lot of people still will to immigrating to the United States. The reason is dream is giving an opportunity that they can get rid of their poverties. That's the same reason that pushed my friend's parents willing to try. It doesn't matter they can success or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. The Struggles Of Immigrants Many make the dangerous and risky trip to coming to America. But in the end, do the hardships of immigrating outweigh the success? Immigrants face many privations that ends up making immigrating unsuccessful. Countless immigrants leave their home country to come to the United States in a journey that is ultimately not worthwhile, because immigrants must reinvent themselves, face harsh prejudice against them, and struggle to fit in with society. Many immigrants leave their home country and immigrate to America only forced to start over. They leave their homes all in different situations in their lives for various reasons. Alvarez writes in How the Garcia Girls Lost their Accents, "Better an independent nobody than a high–class houseslave" (144). Laura de la Torre Garcia was given reverence due to her high social class. When she migrates to the United States she must start from the bottom again as a "nobody", where she can't use her name to receive respect. This results in the difficulty to reinventing yourself in a new country. In addition, Alvarez writes, "But what could he do in this new country where he did not even know if he had enough cash in his pocket to make good" (189). On the island, the Garcia family was wealthy and well–known, in contrast to America where they barely have any money and are struggling to make ends meet, even for a simple dinner out. Furthermore, Dr. Fanning is helping Mr. Garcia get a new job in America. Back on the Island Mr. Garcia was a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Motherhood And The American Dream Immigrants The topics I chose were Motherhood, Immigration experience, and career. I chose motherhood because her identity as a mother is important to her. The story of her 5 children has impacted her life greatly. She has had 7 pregnancies and 5 children. The other 2 were not abortions but they were miscarriages which can also have a deep emotional impact on a woman. Although she has 5 children, her only experience with labor is giving birth at the hospital. Even though she gave birth in the hospital all her children were born naturally with no epidural and I find that amazing. Next, I chose her story of immigrating to the U.S because her progress from the year she came to U.S to now is the American dream immigrants look for. Her story of immigrating ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Cultural Preservation And Assimization In Immigrants The Conflict between Cultural Preservation and Assimilation in Immigrants The Americanization of immigrants and the lack of an "American Dream" for such immigrants is a theme that is portrayed through Jasmine's immigration and journey into America and its culture in Jasmine. Starting at the beginning of Jasmine's life, the idea of a better life, whether through erecting a hygiene clinic in Hasnapur or illegally immigrating to the United States in search of a dream, is one that Jasmine embodies. Jasmine is in search of the cliché "American Dream", looking to better her life by seeking a life that is presented to her as one of success and prosperity achievable through hard work and initiative, despite being initially driven by the death of her ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In Jasmine's world in Hasnapur, immigrating to America can be considered an impossible task for all but the wealthy. The "American dream" is viewed as something so appealing because it is something that most cannot have. The idea of immigrating to America to Prakash was to receive a respectable education and job. Not in his idea of immigrating to America was the idea of becoming a stereotypical American and dropping all of his cultural beliefs to "fit in" while in America. America is a symbol for a better life, for one that is not stricken by poverty, for one where all members of a society are equal and have the freedom to make their own decisions. Jasmine falls victim to "Americanization", allowing America to take hold of her and mold her. After leaving Bud with Taylor, Jasmine admits to being "..greedy with wants and reckless from hope." (pg. 241) Jasmine took hold of what she had left of the "American dream" and made it her own, allowing the ideas of freedom and individuality present in American culture to take hold of her beliefs and cast away her cultural ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Who Is Immigrating To America Ha and the refugees that are immigrating to the U.S. where they are all hoping to flee from the war back home in Vietnam, the refugees do not know that they will encounter many challenges such as discrimination and bullying along the way to the american dream.Ha is being bullied at school and she claims that, "They pulled my arm hair, they threw rocks at me, they promised to stomp on my chest."Lai, (151).Furthermore this explains how Ha is being bullied because she is different from the other children in the U.S. the author uses the example that they threw rocks at me to explain what they did to her. Furthermore the pilgrims had to go through a lot, "They had fled to America because of religious persecution in their homeland"Gevert (2). This ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Ha is trying to calm down and overcome what kids at school have done to her "Chant my child, breathe in, peaceful mind breathe out" Lai (148). This explains overcoming challenges because the author uses the phrase "Breathe in... Breathe out" which is a sign of trying to calm down from what just happened to her. MAny refugees have come to america and overcame their problems back in their home country, "America is giving us a chance for a better future than we could have in bosnia"Brice(4). In the article the author uses that evidence to explain how refugees have overcome and gone through things but overall have earned a better life. Ha has certain things that calm her and bring her back to how she used to feel back in Vietnam, "Nothing like floral wafts that once calmed me"Lai(174). Furthermore Ha has has gone through a lot in the U.S. but she also has overcome a lot, and she is just trying to stay calm about everything that is going on. Altogether refugees have to overcome a lot of things to feel like they are back home, but in the end they usually have a better future than they would ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. The Importance Of Migration To The United States Many white immigrants such as Irish, Germans, Italians and the Scottish, just to name a few, have become part of the "white race". Originally, these distinct ethnic groups all had their own identity, in a sense. All of these groups, just like other "inferior races", faced oppression and challenges that made them comparable to the black Americans or any other people of color. However, when these groups began to migrate to the United States, they had an opportunity to become part of the "superior race" to become that which had oppressed them and instead of being oppressed they could be the oppressors. When these European decedents began to immigrate to the United States, they were faced with a significant proposition: a low economic status in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. Immigration To America After 1924 Immigration The United States has the most open immigration policy in the world according to the Center for Immigration Studies. Immigration is regulated by the federal government since 1875, and the immigration service was established in 1891 to handle the increase in immigration into the United States. The amount of people immigrating to the United States continued to increase, so Congress introduced a new immigration policy called the National Origins Quota system which was passed in 1921 and revised in 1924. This new law limited the amount of people immigration into the United States by giving each nationality a quota based on its representation in the U.S census, and in 1924 the Border Patrol was created as a part of the Immigration service. Over the next 40 years after 1924 there was little immigration, during the Great Depression net immigration actually dropped below zero. After World War II immigration continued to remain low because of the National Origins Quota system, and in 1952 the National Origins Quota system and all of the other immigration and naturalization laws were combined into the Immigration and Nationality Act. The national origins system was replaced by Preference system in 1965 which was created to unite immigrant families and attract skilled immigrants to America; now people who are immigrating to America mostly come from Asia and Latin America, the new preference system created in 1965 also limited the visas that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 51. Death Of A Shaman Documentary Analysis The documentary, Death of a Shaman, centers around a Mien woman, Fahm Fong, and her family's story of immigrating to the United States from Thailand. The Mien people had originally lived in the hills of Laos, and due to the aid they gave the U.S. during the Vietnam war, they were forced to leave Laos and settle in Thailand. Fahm Fong's family immigrated to the United States in 1980 when she was still very young. Her father was a notable figure in Thailand as he was his community's shaman, but once they arrived in the United States he lost his identity and started a downward spiral. As Fahm was growing up she was not very close to her father, but after he had asked her to help him make a documentary she agreed. Sadly, Fahm's father died soon after, but she felt it was her destiny to finish what he had started and return to her family in Thailand. She eventually reconnected with her family in Thailand and discovered more secrets about her family's past. She learned the culture of the Mien people and finally found a sense of belonging, and through this finally felt like she had fulfilled her father's wishes to reconnect with his identity. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Even though Fahm's family did assimilate into the American lifestyle, her parents suffered from losing almost everything they had in their Mien lifestyle. As an American, I thought that because we are the land of opportunity and are mostly accepting of all cultures that it would be difficult to suffer so much after immigrating here, but Fahm's father's story exemplified the reality that not all people thrive after coming ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 53. Why English Should Be Illegal "The United States is a nation built by immigrants. Often called the Great Melting Pot, the U.S. is renowned for its ability to soak up people from countries all around the world and still remain distinctly American". Immigrants should not need to know english to live in this country.There are over millions of immigrants that immigrated to america every year and about 85% of them do not know english.The reason why I know this is because sometimes the immigrants don't even know that they are coming to america they usually just want to get as far away as they can from the country that they came from. This is important because it is obvious that you will not know english if you came from a different country and especially if you are immigrating illegally, then you probably did not go to school. The Reason why I chose this topic is because I believe that you don't need to know english to live in this country. Infact this "law" should be in any country not just to this one. I believe that you can speak whatever you want in this country because it states in the declaration of independance that you have the right of speech so you can speak whatever language you want. Also it would not make any sense if you were only ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A lot of people live in this country over 2 billion people live in the united states and a lot of them are immigrants and most of them do not know english. I believe that english should be this country's national language but you should not know how to speak it to live here but it should still be the national language because all the other countries have one and it would not be fair for the united states to not have one. English is a very good and strong language it is also this country's national language. I believe it should be because all of the other countries have a national language so it would not be fair if this country does not have a national ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 55. Illegal Immigration Problem Solution Immigration Problem Solution Essay Illegal immigration is becoming overwhelming in the United States. Many people are getting across the border illegally so they can either find a better life for themselves or their children. When these people immigrate it is normally due to the process of becoming a citizen taking too long and causing them to become impatient or they're just not allowed at all. The United States has a problem with illegal immigration and since this is a problem a couple solutions should be planned and worked on. Today in the United States there seems to be a problem with getting a visa for those who want to migrate to the U.S. legally and easily. If it were to be made effortless to enter then less people would risk their lives trying to enter illegally. The border is easy enough to bypass that it "encourages dangerous crossings" for people who just want in for an easy life for themselves or their children (Walker and Zuckerman 1). The simplicity of getting a visa and immigrating with it should be improving over time like technology does all over the world. If the border were to be improved it can prevent many crossings and force them to "find legal" ways on immigrating into the country (Walker and Zuckerman 2). The easier it is to cross the border, the more that will do attempt it for an easier life. This can be a problem on monitoring who is immigrating into the U.S. and if they're peaceful beings or terrorists. If they are terrorists and they pass ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 57. Mengistu Gosoma Research Paper Born and raised in the outskirts of Bansa, Ethiopia in 1973. A resilient boy that became a loving father of three children and a beautiful wife. An immigrant that had vast amounts of memories that he left behind. Mengistu Gosoma is his name. Mengistu was raised in a rural area with my grandparents Else and Gosoma. They owned a large farm where they grew plants such as sugarcane and corn, the farm included livestock which included goats, cows, and chickens. "The key to a long healthy life is to grow and eat your own healthy food." Today Else is a healthy 83 year old grandmother that does not rely on any outside sources for her healthy living. Unfortunately, my grandfather Gosoma died in a militia back in 1980. Mengistu Gosoma has 7 siblings, 3 of them being girls he ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... "I was happy immigrating to America was like getting a pass to Heaven to all Ethiopians – When I was a child I didn't know how America was, I only heard that it was one of the best countries in the world." he continues, "I didn't know exactly how it looked or how it was affected post world war 2, I just new I could get a job and start my life there after marrying my wife – Nigist Bitew." In Ethiopia there wasn't TV's that showed how America looked like back in the 1980s, many of the TV's only displayed news that occurred in the country of Ethiopia. When Mengistu was asked how immigrating to America was he answered without hesitation, "For me immigrating to America was easy, I did an interview, and a test along with medical tests – I was lucky to get the settlement in my journey in Kenya." When asked what Mengistu missed he paused to think, " – I don't remember much, but I do miss my mother and the country in general – that's all I can say." he added, "I couldn't do anything leaving my family behind. I had to continue for a better life for myself, and one day be able to support my family I left ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 59. Immigrating To A New Country Immigrating to a new country drastically expands one's cultural background. This culture change can be positive or negative and greatly affects the lives of many. The author uses her characters to tell the story of what it's like moving into a new country and experiencing a whole new lifestyle. Jumpha Lahiri uses characterization of the characters to express to the audience the cultural changes people experienced when immigrating to a new country. Lahiri does the best job of expressing characterization though the narrator of the story. The narrator is a dynamic character who has many interesting characteristics about him. He is a hardworking business mined man who is well organized and punctual. The narrator is also polite, open minded and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 61. The Power Of Immigration Immigration is one of the reasons that America is a thriving power. It shaped this nation into what it is today, which can be taken in a bad way or a good way. Most people immigrate to start a new life, which America is to most. While most people don't immigrate here for the reasons as the past. It still is a safe house for most that are escaping their old homes. Escaping countries in poverty, war, and horror to the land of the free, is a dream come true. People of different ethnic backgrounds came to the melting pot country in hopes of freedom. This is what caused America to become so diverse. Which aided to America being able to relate to so many others.America being able to relate with so many others caused it to climb and became a world ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 63. Personal Narrative: Two Identity Two Identity There were several times when act of persuasion seriously affected and deeply changed my life. However, immigrating to United States is on the top of my list that affected not only my life, but also who I am. During my fifth grade year, my uncle's family called and suggested about participating in a foreign exchange student program. At first, I was not sure if I would be able to take care of myself away from my parents and because of that, I continued to say "no" until in the middle of my sixth grade year. During those one and a half years of hesitation, my uncle had sent me pictures of his house, surroundings, school, etc. Those pictures gave me a whole new perspective about immigrating to United States and helped me build enough ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I was eager to experience unknown. I was really interested to experience a new culture, to live in a different environment, and to meet new people. My uncle's family also told me that I could stay and live with them and that really helped me overcome my fear of leaving my family and taking care of myself. Another reason that helped me make this life–changing decision was my understanding of academic competitiveness in South Korea. Most of South Korea's high school ends around five O'clock, and then high school students have an afternoon study hall until 10 O'clock at night. Even though this after school study hall is not a mandatory program, most of the students sign up voluntarily due to their fear of getting left behind academically. South Korea's middle and high schools have very heavy pressured surroundings and I was definitely not looking forward to that at the time. Unlike schools in United States and their "think outside the box" education methods, Schools in South Korea have very "inside the box" education methods. I understood the difference between South Korea and United State's education system and knowing this greatly affected on my decision making as ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 65. What Are The Similarities Between The Red Umbrella And The... The Red Umbrella by Christina Diaz Gonzalez and the Migration Photograph by José Hernández– Claire will be compared based on certain writing techniques they used in their texts. The two texts have a common subject between them, which is, immigration. Although they both talk about emigrating, they both talk about different point of views of immigrating. The two texts have many similarities between them, but they are different in many ways as well. There are many similarities between The Red Umbrella and The Migration Photograph, and the techniques that they use. One of the techniques that both texts use is tone. The tone is a similarity that both texts have in common because both of their tones are serious. In the passage The Red Umbrella it says, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Frankie came into the room bouncing a ball...Papá tousled Frankie's hair then took the ball and placed it on the floor next to the table. 'Sit over there, next to your sister." This shows a serious tone because the mother is looking down and has a vacant look in her eyes. Also as soon as Frankie walks into the room, bouncing the ball, his father takes it from him and places it down on the floor as he is about to talk to him. The second thing that both of the texts have in common is that they both talk about/show immigration. Both of the texts talk about or show immigration, which is why it is a similarity between them. In the text of The Red Umbrella, it says, "Your mother and I have decided ...' Papá walked over and put his arm on Mamá's shoulder. She sat frozen in place. 'We've made plans for you to leave Cuba ... tomorrow.' My heart stopped." This shows immigration because it says that Lucy's parents have decided to send her and her brother to America by themselves so that they could avoid the war. Although it may not be illegal, because they said they got them some visa waivers, but the kids will be immigrating without their parents. In the Migration Photo, it shows a bunch of men on top of a train ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 67. Immigrating And The United States Immigrating to the United States When I was seventeen years old and in my last year of high school, I came to the United States with my mother and left my father and siblings. When my mom immigrated in 2008, she left her business and decided to start a new adventure that might provide her more financial stability. Ever since I was a child, my family owned a furniture factory and a store. After my parent 's divorce, my mother kept the house and my father the company. Similarly, my mother opened her store for a few years and then a preschool, which was more related to her bachelor in psychology. However, my mother financial stability decreases after acquiring debts. My mother struggled with covering the preschool costs and providing for the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However, I got used to getting free lunch instead of buying it, having a lesbian next to my gym locker, and seeing pregnant and pierced students. I connected this open–minded culture to the freedom of expression in all the sense of it meaning. Therefore, I embraced liberty and feeling of independence to the extent that at times was seen as rebellious by my mother. Certainly, I liked how diverse my group of friends became. After graduating High School, I moved to Massachusetts with my step–father who I met when I was 13–14 years old. My mother moved a few months later. I moved to Lawrence, Massachusetts and applied to college at UMass Lowell and Merrimack College. I was encouraged to apply to a Community College because it was cheaper but I never liked the idea of a two years college for then transfer to another school. However, I started as a Biology major and pre–med student in Merrimack College but then had to transfer to UMass Lowell before my second semester. I moved because it was an expensive school to afford for a low–income student without a scholarship, and I also did not want to acquire a massive school loan debt before medical school. I transferred to UMass Lowell as a Biology major after my first semester of freshman year. I then became a Psychology major with a minor in Sociology and Developmental Studies and graduated in May 2016. Moving to the United States implied a significant adaptation ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 69. People come and go. However, there is always a main reason... People come and go. However, there is always a main reason and purpose to people immigrating. People from all around the world with different backgrounds and from different and unique cultures have the same universal definition of the word immigration. According to the Merriam– Webster dictionary, immigration is "to enter and usually become established; especially to come into a country of which one is not a native for permanent residence." Immigrants always look for better opportunities and conditions to improve their lives and their families' lives. These factors are called push and pull factors. Push factors are usually the reason that encourages a group of people or individuals to travel to another country to start a new, fresh life. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Most of these push factors correlate to one another. However, one of the ultimate pushing factors is over–population. Most people want to live in a calm environment; not in an over–populated country or state. They don't want to have to compete for jobs, housing, and other important necessities. Although push factors may urge or force people to move to another country or state, pull factors also influence the person's willingness to move to another country by its compelling, yet attractive features. The pull factors always outweigh the push factors because most people want to live in a prestige and progressive society. They also favor sanitary environment that is full of friendly people with calm streets. However, they wouldn't want to live in an over–populated area. Safety and security is one of the main pull factors. Families move to secure their children from any harm. Individuals also might travel to reunite with their families. There are more education and job opportunities. They are treated equally. Women are seen more in public and are allowed to work and go to universities and become doctors, lawyers, etc.. According to Globalization 101, the freedom of speech and religion also attract people because citizens are allowed to practice their religious beliefs without getting persecuted. Most people want to live in a sanitary environment and improved standard of life. In the mid–1860s, over half of the population of Ireland immigrated to United States. This ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 71. Conformity Of Irish Americans As they began to immigrate to the United States, the Irish population suffered from various racism. They were categorizes as dangerous, aggressive, temperamental, along other derogatory words. However, with the introduction of new ethnicities, as well as the conformity Irish Americans dealt with, the stereotypes and discriminations regarding this immigrant group often diminished. As many other ethnicities have done, the Irish Americans found themselves conforming to American cultures and beliefs. This process of conformity has been adapted by many immigrating ethnicities, giving up most of their culture and identity to fit the image of what an ideal American is. In the case of Irish immigrants, many of them encountered hostility because of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 73. The Challenges Of Immigrating : American Dream, And A... The Challenges of Immigrating Leaving your native country and immigrating to another is something many children experience at a young age. As an infant or toddler, we have no control over what our parents do with us or where they take us, because as an infant we have to trust them. The kids that are brought here are "Americans in their hearts and minds in every single way but one, on paper are not." (Sherry) Recently, immigration stories have increasingly been heard from the Latino/chicano population due to political issues. We always hear about people immigrating majorly among two countries, Mexico and the U.S. Many Mexican families migrate to the U.S in search of the so called "American Dream" and a better education for their ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She then said, "I am an immigrant, I was born in Mexico." At first I really didn't think much about it because I have numerous family members who are in the same situation. It did not occur to me until I was having a conversation with one of my professors, that immigrants from not only Mexico, but from every country have many obstacles to overcome. As I was having this conversation with my professor two people automatically came to mind, my older sister and my Academic Outreach Coordinator, Johanna. As time passed, I began becoming more aware of the struggles immigrants go through, from group talks we would have in our hall. Everyone in my hall would share a story they had and all of the stories had to do with immigration. I started noticing that in every story there was many similarities, such as our family crossing in a car or through the desert. Johanna would usually be the one facilitating these talks and she would do a wonderful job with explaining many things and even sharing her story. I was always very curious about knowing her story more in depth because I believe it 's commendable for immigrants to overcome many obstacles. One day I decided it was a perfect time to ask Johanna about her struggles and how her life has been by being an immigrant. I started off by asking something simple, yet deep. "How did your life change by coming to the U.S.?" I asked. With eager Johanna told me that by coming to the U.S. it ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 75. Do Immigrating Mothers Follow Us Cultural Norms? Do Immigrating Mothers Follow U.S. Cultural Norms? Avneet Chadha University of Michigan A mother's love towards her children is un–paralleled by any bond between two people that exists today. A mother is willing to sacrifice anything in order to ensure her child's safety and success. Despite the eternal love of mothers toward their children, every mother has a specific route that they think is correct when raising their children. For example, in the United States it is commonly accepted that a baby should sleep in a different room than their parents to develop independence, whereas in Mayan culture, the infants sleep with their mothers for the first few years. For this paper, a 47–year–old Indian mother who immigrated to American at a relatively young age was interviewed. The current age of her children are 22 and 20, both of whom attend college far away from home and have exhibited a large amount of independence from their mother. In Indian culture, it is widely noted that the child should sleep with their parents as the parents wanted to develop a stronger bond with their child. When I asked the interviewee whether she slept in the same bed as her mother, she said she did sleep in the same bed as her mother until the age of 4. The purpose of this paper is to see if immigrant mothers that now live in the United States adhere to the cultural norms of newborn infants sleeping in different rooms than them or whether they follow the same norms that the Mayans exhibit as talked ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 77. Rhetorical Devices In Enrique's Journey Jesus Velazquez Hess AP Language Period 3 23 March 2018 Q3 IR Rhetorical Analysis Essay One's commitment of immigrating to a new country for a better life indicates that oneself is ready to risk the life given to them by facing many hardships along the way. In the novel Enrique's Journey by Sonia Nazario, Enrique does exactly that, risking his own life at the age of seventeen in order to reunite with his mother who left him when he was five in order to obtain a better job in the US and give Enrique and his older sister everything she thought they deserved. Nazario utilizes an emotional appeal and metaphors to inform readers of the arduous situations migrants experience on their long and tiring journey in search of a family member and a better future. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Enrique's mother's decision of leaving couldn't have been any worse, "She walks away. Donde esta mi mami? Enrique cries, over and over. Where is my mom? His mother never returns, and that decides Enrique's fate" (Nazario 5). His mother leaving without saying a word to him was heartbreaking because he had no idea she was leaving forever. Enrique became unhappy and had to grow up with this feeling inside him which later caused him to make poor decisions. Being left by his mother, Enrique had to stay with his grandma and "every year on Mother's day, he [made] a heart shaped card at school and [pressed] it into her hand. "I love you very much grandma"... but she is not his mother" (Nazario 12). The growing love for his grandma caused him to consider her as his mother. Since Enrique was young and didn't understand why his mother had left him, he blamed her for not being there for him. Nazario hopes to persuade readers to feel like they need to dwell on the topic of immigration and notice that it is still happening ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...