• 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.

  • I know
    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.

  • Freedom is
    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.