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December 3, 2009 Anthropology In Class Interview David Avalo On December 3, 2009, I interviewed David Avalo. He was born in Palo Alto, California in September 1986. He is half Peruvian and half El Salvadorian. His dad is from Peru and his mom is from El Salvador. They came to the United States for better opportunities. David’s mom started a commercial office cleaning building when she got here. Unfortunately David’s dad died when he was only eight years old. He still has some family in Peru and El Salvador. He also has family in Spain and on the US east coast. All the family has stayed where they are because they are used to where they live
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Unformatted text preview: and for the obvious reason of that is where they are employed. David believes that immigration to the US as long as the immigrant will work and pay taxes. He also said that he believes that immigration would be acceptable if the person is in danger in the other country. In regards to illegal immigration, David says that he does not believe it is acceptable because the illegal immigrants will usually take advantage of the US system in some way. They may work without paying taxes or take advantage of the healthcare here....
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