Chris the Abducted Alien
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Abducted Alien: A True Story of My Life and My Experience with United States Immigration
7/25/2009 5:02:41 AM
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Do you really know who you are?
Are you really sure you are a citizen of your country?
And do we really know where the course of history is taking us?
Ask these crucial questions – and more – as one woman faces a legal nightmare as she is accused of being an illegal alien in Abducted Alien.
It all started with a trip to Canada in 2006 to pay her respects to a dying aunt. Chris has stayed in the United States for more than forty years, thought she was an American citizen – paid her taxes – and made frequent visits to her relatives in Quebec, Canada.
But this year it was going to be different. Horribly different. Stopped by agents of Homeland Security for suspicion of being an illegal alien, she went through a bureaucratic and legal nightmare in proving that she is, indeed, an American citizen. With twist and turns worthy of a Hollywood movie, she made unexpected and startling discoveries about herself – as well as on some disturbing aspects of modern American society.
Covering diverse topics such as immigration, citizenship, pressing social issues like women’s rights and homosexuality, and even going into politics including NAFTA and the enigmatic Bilderberg group, Abducted Alien is an eye-opening account about the terrible experiences some innocent people have to go through. Her story makes you thankful it didn’t happen to you.
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