Can a registered Republican who voted for Donald Trump really be pro-immigrant? Hola Miss proves that it is possible. Author Mellie Napolitano, a self-labeled Conservative American, looks to put a human face on the topic of immigration to show her fellow Republicans that Latino immigrants aren’t the criminals that politicians and the media portray them to be. Napolitano chronicles her experience of seeking her place in her community once she graduated from Georgetown University. As she searches for her own identity and acceptance, she realizes the systemic barriers that prevent her Latino immigrant clients from finding their own places as accepted members of society. Her experiences changed her outlook on the immigration crisis in the U.S. By sharing her story, Napolitano aims to reframe the conversation within her party. In this book, you'll learn: Why Central Americans immigrate to the U.S. and what life is like once they get here How viewing immigration from a people-focused rather than a politics-focused perspective can lead to reform And more! Hola Miss offers a fresh perspective on U.S. immigration; a break from today’s political rhetoric. If you’ve ever wondered why today’s U.S. newcomers don’t “get in line” for legal status and are looking for answers, you’ll love this book!