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Raised in a Brooklyn public housing project, Randolph Sealey felt like an American until learning he was an illegal immigrant. His dreams of becoming a doctor seemed dashed until an anonymous donor paid for his first year at Duke. He turned himself into immigration authorities hoping to get amnesty. He was granted permanent residence, and now is an orthopedic surgeon in Connecticut.
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PORTFOLIO OVERVIEW, USA: IMMIGRANT PORTRAITS
Raised in a Brooklyn public housing project, Randolph Sealey felt like an American until learning he was an illegal immigrant. His dreams of becoming a doctor seemed dashed until an anonymous donor paid for his first year at Duke. He turned himself into immigration authorities hoping to get amnesty. He was granted permanent residence, and now is an orthopedic surgeon in Connecticut.