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my assignment is about an interview with an immigrant. first you have to take notes from the interview and the write an essay about it. my professor want both the essay and the notes. so the notes are...

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my assignment is about an interview with an immigrant. first you have to take notes from the interview and the write an essay about it. my professor want both the essay and the notes. so the notes are about half page and the essay one page.Here are the guidelines and some questions to help you with the interview.

To deepen your understanding of the immigrant experience, interview an immigrant of any age, gender, and nationality. Ask to hear his or her immigration story. Listen for the key migration concepts discussed in this quote “the decision to migrate requires the confluence of a variety of factors- factors that anthropologists identify as pushes and pull, bridges and barriers”: pushes and pulls, bridges and barriers, and immigrant types. Ask about the person’s incorporation experience in the new country. How are gender roles different in the new country? What are the expectations of members of the second generation, and how do their lives differ from those of their immigrant parents? Be sure to take detailed notes and analyze this story. Then synthesize it in a short essay using the first person.



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David answered on Dec 24 2017
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Maria D interviews Adila A from Bangladesh
Interview Notes
Adila was a young female who migrated to US from Bangladesh at the age of 32. Her husband was now an Australian Citizen who had migrated to US 5 years back for seeking better job opportunities. He was an Aeronautical Engineer and was employed with Aviation Company there.
Common push factors for their migration were: Low living standards and low salary. The common pull factors were: Better paying jobs, better facilities, and higher living standards in US.
Most obvious ba
ier was the emotional attachment of parents, who are still living in Bangladesh at such an old age. Financial ba
ier was inadequate money to book tickets and to sustain initial phase of life in US. And the Bridges were: Educational expertise, which made them look for better prospects in life and Spouse relationship that made Adila to travel overseas to settle with her husband.
They are Legal Permanent Residents (LPRs) with a green card.
As she a
ived at the Airport for the first time, she was surprised to see the technological advancements, and modern environment. She found that America had more opportunities, more money to give and better job options. People were welcoming and open minded to her. They moved to St.Louis in 2015 and found that America has safer environment, better education, and better jobs than Bangladesh. She was Computer Science Graduate so she easily found a Computer teacher job in school.
The immigration procedure was not so difficult for them as for others. She has a baby boy now , she...
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