For anyone who’s ever felt alone.
You’re not. If you’re living an immigration nightmare, know this: You are wanted. You are welcome. And no matter what anyone tells you, you are free. I know—I lived it.
Being an illegal immigrant isn’t a life sentence.
Getting labeled “illegal” can feel like a life sentence. It’s not. You can take control of your destiny and your situation. Once you stop thinking like a victim, you realize you have the power to free yourself.
because I lived it.
If you’re feeling hopeless, I can relate. I came to America from the Democratic Republic of Congo. After my mother died, I spent 7 years stateless, an orphaned illegal immigrant fighting for my life while the INS threatened to deport me to a war zone. So many times I wanted to give up. But I’m here to tell you there is hope.
within your reach.
If you’re an “illegal” immigrant, there’s something you should know: No one is coming to save you. But that’s OK—because there’s plenty of help available if you’re willing to seek out the resources that can change your fate.
I’m here to help.
You’ve come to the right place. I’m here to help you find the support, the resources, and the people you need.