Torn Apart

On March 13, 2013 By

My story is only one of millions.

I am a U.S. citizen. In 2007, I married my wonderful wife, a citizen of Mexico. Since then, we have been entangled in the immigration process to adjust my wife’s status. She was brought without papers as a child. Her family came to the U.S. […]

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Why I Fight

On March 4, 2013 By

I’m tired.  With the momentum building for immigration reform, the past several weeks have been uniquely exhausting for me.  I’ve worked more hours than I know I should, I’ve been on the road much of the past month, and I’m checking my Blackberry almost obsessively to try to stay on top of […]

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A month ago my husband Billy took a job in San Diego. He got on a plane a couple days later and said a temporary good-bye to Ella and me and BBQ#2.

 

It’s a long story, which I won’t go into, but suffice it to say my husband has been […]

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Tony and Janina Wasilewski were like many other newlywed couples. After a big wedding surrounded by their friends and extended family, they shifted their focus to building a life together, and eventually they had a son, Brian.  They lived in suburban Chicago, where they were active members of their Catholic parish.  And, like many […]

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