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I’m a Mormon, an Immigrant, and a Banker

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Published on Apr 28, 2014

"The life of an immigrant family is difficult. Knowing that everyone is a child of God helps the Dominguez family celebrate the differences in the people around them.

Andres Dominguez is native to Venezuela, where he and his wife, Nayibi Dominguez, were married in 1984. Three years after they were married, they decided to move to the United States. The life of an immigrant family is difficult. They had to learn a different language and culture. After a while, Nayibi met others who were in similar situations and decided to lend a helping hand. Because of Andres’s profession as a banker, he is able to help other immigrants. Andres believes that “even though we are different we have many things in common.” Andres is a Mormon, an immigrant, and a banker.

To learn more about the Dominguez family’s story, please visit http://www.mormon.org/andres

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