The Role Of A Good Citizens In The United States

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I have been in the USA for almost seven years. I am a good citizen and I will be a good citizen until I die. I love to stay here. However, I am experiencing financial difficulties due to school tuition, medical insurance, vision insurance, dental insurance, housing fee, car insurance, auto loan, and credit card payment. Please help me.

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