Interview Questions When and why the interviewee migrated How old were you when you immigrated to the United States? Did you come with your family, others, or by yourself? Was the immigration process difficult for you? What were the steps involved in the immigration process? Did it cost you money? If so, was it expensive? Was the money you spent worth it? Why did you choose to immigrate to the U.S.? Were there other options besides the U.S.? What were the political, social, and economic conditions of your home country? How do they differ from those of the U.S.? Are you better off socially, politically, and/or economically now that you are in the U.S.? If you were born in the U.S., but your parents/ family immigrated here, what were their...The end:
.....ude or action)? Have you felt any covert forms of discrimination? How have you reacted in these kinds of situations? How do racial and/or ethnic stereotypes affect you in your day to day life? Homeownership and poverty Do you live in a house or apartment? Do you own the location in which you live? Do you live on your own or with others? If you live with others, is this for economic or other reasons? If you don’t own your home, do you want to buy a house/ apartment one day in the future, or do you prefer renting? Why? Do you think that homeownership is a determinate marker of poverty? How does your economic and/or social status affect your housing options? Do you live where you want to live in LA, or would you prefer to live somewhere else?