Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Anthony Gonzalez Jr. US Navy immigration

The person that I interviewed is the reason why I was born in the United States. My father always wanted to go to America, but never knew how to do it. In June 1990, he would get the opportunity of a lifetime that would change not only his, but his families life forever, he joined the U.S Navy. Throughout the interview he talks about when and how he left,  citizenship in America, family obligation, political empowerment, trans nationalism, and homesickness.


Table of Contents:
1. Introduction
2. Coming to America
3. Staying in America
4. Homesickness


1. Introduction

Anthony Gonzalez gives an introduction on when and why he left the Philippines.




2. Coming to America

Anthony Gonzalez in the Navy(middle)
Anthony Gonzalez talks about his excitement with his first journey to America, and his experience joining the U.S military from the Philippines.



3. Staying in America
Anthony Gonzalez and his son's (me) first time at Universal Studios in Los Angeles, California.
Anthony Gonzalez speaks about reasons for staying in America and whether or not he regrets the move to a new country.





4. Homesickness
Anthony Gonzalez speaks about whether or not he is homesick, political empowerment, and family obligation.

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