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My Trials by Paul Grussendorf
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Nov 07, 11


If you are at all interested in immigration and asylum issues in the US and even if you aren't, you should read this book. As an American citizen, I've always taken my rights and entitlements for granted. This first person memoir takes you into the world of people who don't enjoy our citizenship and why they flock here. A nation of immigrants, the US now builds obstacles--for many different reasons reviewed in this book--to more immigrants. After you read Mr. Grussendorf's memoir, you will come away with a better understanding of what works and what doesn't work in our system. An eye opening insider's view of the immigration court and associated agencies. Lively writing and personal anecdotes make this a real page turner!
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