Letter from the Editor


Editor in Chief

My work involves making a difference in the lives of immigrants.

I have been working in the field of immigration for many years, and have a deep understanding of the issues that immigrants face.

From the very first I committed myself helping immigrants, and continue to work tirelessly to make a difference in their lives. 

Being an immigrant myself, striving to understand more about immigration had inspired me to be part of this project.

I’m aware that each and every immigrant does indeed have a different set of experiences, stories, and problems to deal with, and that even I encounter those.

I was born to immigrant parents who had come to the United States in search of a better life. As the first-born child, I grew up facing a lot of difficulties. I never felt like I truly fit in anywhere. Always different from the other kids in my neighborhood, and never quite understood the cultural norms.

My parents worked hard to make a life for us, but it was never easy. We struggled to make ends meet, and I always felt like I was carrying the weight of the world on my shoulders. I longed for a life that was simpler, where I could just be myself and not worry about anything else.

But despite the challenges, I loved my parents and I was proud of them. They had come to this country with nothing, and they had managed to build a life for themselves. They had shown me that anything was possible if you worked hard enough.

Even though I never felt like I truly belonged, the country where I am today was still my beloved home. I loved the freedom, opportunities and people that I learned to love and be loved as time goes by. 

After completing my education, I desired to help immigrants from different countries and make life simpler for them in a new nation. I created this project specifically for immigrants who will migrate to the different places envision to have a better life.