Globalization and changes in migration patterns have had a profound effect on how we understand contemporary society. As groups of people continue to move and develop cross-border relations, perceptions of space and place, social class dynamics, and educational matters are undeniably altered. These important global changes have led scholars to attempt to deterritorialize their research and consider processes that transcend national boundaries (Appadurai, 1991). This chapter is concerned with deterritorialized and multiterritorialized processes and the impact of social class on such processes. More specifically, this chapter looks at transnational and transcultural encounters within a Latino middle-class immigrant family and how multiple belongings affect parenting and schooling.