Our generation has experienced a lot of change over the past few years, and still are today. Adaptation and understanding are two primary aspects we undergo everyday. Instead of ignoring the issue we should act upon them, and start by getting educated.
Stereotypes, misconceptions, and generalizing is a daily struggle New Americans face before, and as they enter the states.
Resources for Immigrants and New Americans are becoming more predominate across the United States. Take a look at the services the USCRI provide and learn more about their organization.
“I WAS NOT BORN A REFUGEE, I WAS MADE ONE”
The video below follows New American Fidel Nshombo, as he tells his experience about America so far. Of course there are many differences between Americans and New Americans, but Fidel shares his wants, goals, and dreams, despite being a refugee.
ITS THE LITTLE THINGS, THAT MAKE BIG DIFFERENCES.
Have you ever wondered what jobs New Americans could receive? Take a look at the Hilton Hotel Brand who discuss their relationship with their employees and how they overcome various obsticles.
TEAM WORK, MAKES THE DREAM WORK
Have you’ve been curious about the New American lifestyle? In the Episode of Resettled located below, you see the a town located in Dearborn, Michigan, where a large community of Iraqi decedents and refugees from the surrounding area’s help incoming refugees to make their resettling smoother. Follow USCRI Case Manager Fares Hamood as you see the work being done in this community.
“BECAUSE I’M HAPPY”
In 2012 the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services held a naturalization ceremony in Erie, PA. Approved immigrants and Refugees share their experience.