Individuals emigrate from one country to another for various reasons. Some are forced to relocate due to various complications while others choose to move voluntarily. An immigrant is in search of new opportunities. They desire to contribute to the work force, to expose themselves to an educational atmosphere, and to live a life of prosperity and peace. These individuals are willing to step into an unknown atmosphere with a different culture, yet they sustain the will to integrate themselves in that particular culture. Such circumstances occur across the globe. 


Within certain countries of these sectors, immigrants face political, economical, and social complications that prevent them from accomplishing their goals and aspirations in a society. The current education system, availability of jobs, prejudice, housing, isolation, and cultural alienation prevent immigrants from integrating themselves in a different society (Garret). Many of these complications are effectively portrayed in American society. All of these complications reflect the common hardships that immigrants encounter during their lives.