research survey: children of immigrants and child abuse

I recently heard from Richard Tran, a graduate student in San Jose State University's School of Social Work. He's currently conducting research on the correlation between poverty level and the rate of child abuse among children of immigrants in the United States, and is looking for Asian American subjects to participate in an online survey. Here some more information:
My name is Richard Tran and I cordially invite you to participate in a study on child abuse among children of immigrants. This research is a part of my requirement as a Master’s of Social Work student at San Jose State University’s Graduate School of Social Work. This study will help us better understand child abuse risk pertaining to children of immigrants and poverty, and your participation will help increase our understanding of this social problem so that we can help others in the future. Below is a brief electronic survey. I would really appreciate it if you could take 5-10 minutes to complete the survey. Your input is highly appreciated. If at any time during the survey you wish to discontinue, you may do so.
To participate in the survey, you must be between the ages of 18-35, born in the United States and have citizen status, and both of your parents must be born in a country other than the United States. If you fit the bill, Richard could use your help. For more information, and to participate in the study, go here.

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