[Name of the Writer]
[Name of Instructor]
Assignment # 4
United States is a land of dreams; many people move here from different parts of the globe every year to fulfill their dreams. Some come here to study, some move here to get a job and some just come to spend leisure time. The people who move permanently or for a longer period of time, from their homeland to some other country are called immigrants. Such an immigrant, ABC, from a foreign country was interviewed for this profile, who moved to the United States if America some years back. ABC is a young female who is living from quite a long time in the United States of America. She is studying in a renowned university here, as well as working at a restaurant joint as a part-time worker.
The interview started with the basics or the roots of the interviewee, ABC. Some initial questions were asked to get a knowledge of the roots of ABC in order to get an idea about the basic culture and the country to which she belonged. When asked about her country of origin, she told that she was born and raised in India. In response to a question that why she left India, she informed that she wanted to pursue her higher studies in some good educational institute in a developed country, which is why she decided to move to the United States. She told that she left India at a very young age, she was only fourteen when she left her country and came to the United States of America.
The interviewer then moved on to get the knowledge that how did ABC get here. She told that she was alone when she immigrated to the United States; no one was with her. She informed that she left her family behind, which consisted of a mother, father and two brothers. Upon asking how she got here, ABC replied that she used an airline to do so and she did not stay at any place in between. It was a connecting flight so she had to make a little stay of some hours in the UAE but did not make a long stay anywhere before coming to the United States.
The interview gradually moved to the experience of life and staying in the United States. The interviewer asked ABC why she only chose the United States of America as her first choice to come and live in. As she has informed that she wanted to pursue her studies further and she moved to the United States of America for higher studies, the interviewer was interested to know that why she did not move to some other country, as many other countries offer good options for academic careers. In response to this, she replied that the United States of America was her first choice for pursuing her higher studies because of many reasons. The first reason was that she knew that the United States had the best colleges and universities in the whole world that offered world-class education. No other educational institute in any other country could match the level of education being provided in these universities and colleges. Moreover, she was also interested in coming to the United States of America due to the American Dream. She informed that she was greatly impressed by the American culture and values that promote freedom, equality and hard work. One of the other reasons behind her moving to the United States was that many of her relatives live here, in different states, which made it easier for her to get adjusted here.
The last part of the interview consisted of the efforts and the practices that were involved in becoming the part of American society by the immigrant. This part majorly involved the questions that what efforts did the interviewee, ABC, made to become a part of the United States of America and now, once she has become a part of the American society, how does she feel about the American values and culture; has her expectation and perceptions changed about America or are they still the same. In response to the question that what was her first impression about the United States of America, she told that she found the people of America very finely and welcoming. The environment of the United States is very friendly and the people here are very open-minded as compared to the people of India. Upon asking that has her first impression about the United States of America changed over this course of time, she responded that yes, it has changed significantly but in a very positive manner. She told that her impression about the American Dream and American values has only improved; the quality of life that she has seen here is commendable and she really appreciated the way rules and laws are implemented here.
The last question, after which the interview came to an end was that how was ABC treated when she first arrived in the United States of America and has she noticed any difference in the treatment. She replied that she received a very warm welcome when she first came to the United States. She received a very friendly response upon coming to the United States of America. Although at some instances, she had to face discrimination on the basis of her nationality, according to her, these were very minor instances and overall, her experience in the United States has been great.
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