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When I had been deliberating issues for my case study ethnography report I was motivated to test some one very close to me that is "undocumented", someone whose experience I've observed firsthand, some one who has affected my life and comprehension of immigrants with his scenario; my partner, Mario. This course has exposed us to many writings about the subjects of migration, immigration and emigration. I started to compare the concepts and data in the readings to Mario's individual situation. I was interested if his response would be "In quest of a better life" if asked, "Why did you come here?" By providing personal insights and experiences concerning his/our situation I want to discuss issues directly related to the anticipated learning outcomes that the training course Migration and Culture had put forth in the start of the semester, including: patterns, transnational events, understanding why people migrate and impacts on the host and home communities of the migrants. I'd crated a semi-formal interview with Mario and asked questions which may help me and others understand the issues and processes involved with being a migrant (the how and why people migrate). I wanted his point of view on why folks opt to migrate. I wished to understand what he feels his fears, frustrations, rights and responsibilities are in his function as an undocumented, illegal person. I also wanted to add my specific concerns relating to having a partner of this status. The how and why of Mario's journey is most likely not that different than other Mexicans who have made the journey north to the United States. He lived in Nayarit, a state in Mexico along the Pacific Ocean about 1,000 miles south of the border. He lived with his mother, father and eleven brother...