In the late ’60s and early ’70s when any engineering or medical sciences student went to the United States for higher studies, it was a one-way street. Returning was never an option, since the overriding thought was to get the Green Card and settle down. Only some crazy guys like me came back. I say that because I cannot give you a rational explanation as to why I did. When I was in the US, I wrote regularly to my parents, highlighting not only my achievements but also touching on something that they liked. As my father was a car fanatic, I used to often send him pictures of new car models.
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