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I support HR2499. Tired of having a middle man speak for me in Washington was something I refused to accept. Now I speak for myself every 4 years, just like the rest of my ancestors, who opted for the option to migrate from our beloved Island –Vieques, PR. Able to learn in the same universally used language-English-, able to vote for the US President, able to influence the decision making process that could affect our land’s well being, privileged distinction under the FASFA under the minority status seeking to further advance their education, able to benefit under the IRS tax credit quotas; able to purchase my home under $0. down for 1st time buyer minority program via FHA, I too migrated to this great nation of our. I want my brothers and sisters in the Island to be able to get the same. We are a nation of bright people, whose achievements are so vast that can hardly numbered. We are Puerto Ricans in the US. Being the 51st STATE does not make us less Puerto Ricans.
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