something you must understand is that some people can't become a citizen right away. and most do want to become legal but for one reason or another cant or arent allowed...usually you cant make your own decisions as a young child, so if your parents decide to move like mine did its not like you can just say "wait a minute i think ill stay here...just go on without me" im doing pretty good in high school and frankly its too easy so if i want to further my education who are you to say otherwise...even if the ban is held tightly in place ill buy books, hire a tutor...hell w/e it takes to suceed. my parents arent working day in and day out so that i fail to get ahead of them in life. just like i will want my children to eventually surpass me, i can only do so much as i am however my children wont have the restrictions place upon me for my nationality.
im currently heading to the 11th grade meaning the policy will be decided while im in 12th so i guess ill have to mold my future then.
oh and NEA you should be striving to help those who need helping instead of hoping they fail miserably.
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