Increasing xenophobia may have negative impacts on how Latin American-origin adolescents in the U.S. perceive the future for themselves and their families. Among 340 Latin American-origin 15- to 18-year-olds surveyed in late 2018 through early 2019, this study used phenomenographic content analysis to describe how youth feel about the future for themselves and their family and how these perceptions vary by parent residency status. A theme of negative feelings about the future characterized 75% of responses and represented three sub-themes: fear and worry; blocked opportunities to success; and discrimination. The theme of positive feelings characterized remaining responses with subthemes including confident security; a qualified sense of security; and hope. Compared to adolescents with citizen parents, those with non-citizen parents reported more fear and worry and less confident security.