This chapter summarizes the main themes in this book with attention to how immigrant stories are either told or not told. The Aeneid concludes with the gods deciding that the Trojans can stay in Italy but must forget their own heritage. This assimilationist perspective is at odds with a multicultural tolerance for different backgrounds and places of origin. Recent immigration policy changes in the United States are reviewed. The presence of omissions and lies, each uniquely editing a story, is considered in the context of immigration stories. The concept of perimeters is revisited to show its application to the material in the preceding chapters. Additionally, Didier Anzieu's idea of a group skin-ego helps with understanding immigration experiences. The role of the uncanny in immigration is explored from the perspectives of both the natives and the immigrants. A case example explores how the uncanny showed up at a time of transition for an immigrant.