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IMMIGRANT OF THE DAY: MANDALIT DEL BARCO - JOURNALIST

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If you regularly listen to NPR, you'll know Ms. de. Barco's name and her familiar voice. She's one of the journalists at NPR whose stories I always wait to hear until the end before getting out of my car. Based in Los Angeles, she's a general  assignment reporter covering everything from street gangs to immigration to race relations. Mandalit was born in Lima, Peru and raised in Kansas and California. Now the real immigration law sticklers will look at her bio and wonder whether she technically is an immigrant at all even though she was born in Peru. That's because it says was born to a Peruvian father and a Mexican-American mother. If her mother was a citizen at the time of her birth, she may have been able to pass US citizenship on to Ms. del Barco. Pure speculation, of course. And hey, it's my blog and I'm including her. So there!:-)

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    Thanks Greg, you can delete this post after you read it as it is not relevent to this topic. Can you discuss the issue on when one can leave their employer once after getting Green Card? Thanks
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