Pablo is a data analyst for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He has two sons with autism, and the reason he moved to his current neighborhood in Buenos Aires is to be close to his sons’ therapists. One special moment for his family occurred when his son was able to meet President Nelson during the church president’s trip to Argentina in 2019. Pablo reflects that migration is a tough decision and that it is not easy to leave behind family or even culture sometimes, but he advises that people trust their hearts and minds and have confidence that the decision to migrate will eventually be a blessing.
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