Most immigrants who travel to the United States leave behind everything they cherish – their home, their families, their friends. They face an uncertain future when they arrive here.
They leave to begin a new life, uncertain how that life will look . . . many unaware how steep their climb will be.
Immigrants leave their homes for different reasons.
Some only seek gainful employment and hope to return home some day.
Others fleeing from social chaos or political persecution have no place to call home.
For many, there is no turning back.
Several seek to become lawful residents and perhaps U.S. citizens one day.
Before they can achieve these dreams, all will face obstacles on the road to immigration success.
Words Of Hope, Inspiration, And Courage
These roadblocks, and the ordeals they impose on immigrants, are the subject matter of Immigration Insights.
Written by immigration attorney Carlos Batara, these reflections share sincere and heartfelt words of hope, inspiration, and courage for all immigrants in pursuit of a better tomorrow.
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There are those who look at things the way they are, and ask why.
I dream of things that never were, and ask why not?”
— Robert Kennedy
“Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country.”
— John F. Kennedy
“Persistent People Begin Their Success Where Others End In Failure.”
— Edward Eggleston
“No One Can Make You Feel Inferior Without Your Consent.”
— Eleanor Roosevelt
“There Are Two Ways To Live Your Life. One Is As Though Nothing Is A Miracle.
The Other Is As Though Everything Is A Miracle.”
— Albert Einstein