Americans love to debate immigration, yet never does one hear about the struggles of people actually going through the process legally. Adetoye Oremosu aims to change that fact with his release of An Immigrant's Guide to Settling in America. Oremosu discusses his own personal struggles with homelessness, hunger, and housing. He doesn't stop at personal experiences, he breaks down challenges any immigrant will face when coming to America regardless of country of origin.
"When I first came to United States, I struggled a lot despite my contacts and educational qualifications. I suffered homelessness and had all sorts of challenges. Many immigrants I know went through more difficult situations than I did. It would seem like older settlers are either out of touch with the initial challenges of starting out here or some just take pleasure in seeing the new ones suffer like they did. I don't want you to have to go through the same things I went through.This eBook was born out of mine and others' struggles and being forced to research their solutions." - Adetoye Oremosu, Author, An Immigrant's Guide to Settling in America
Despite having a higher education and credentials, Adetoye's experience was far more challenging than the typical "American Dream" mentality many legal immigrants have. This book provides such an important voice on a very tumultuous topic of debate. With a nation facing a presidential election in 2016, harsh views on immigration policies from both parties, and legislation hanging perilously in the balance - shouldn't you realistically prepare yourself for the tough immigration road ahead? Mr. Oremosu thinks so.
If you or someone you love is already in, or planning to come to, the US for a fellowship program, an exchange program, school, work, or as a result of winning the green card lottery or marriage be sure to purchase a copy of An Immigrant's Guide to Settling in America today.