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Advise For Immigrants And Those Still Trying To Come To America

So many people are worried that Donald Trump is about to become the next president of the United States; and those worried the most are undocumented immigrants who're already in the United States and those still planning to come.

If you're one of these people, or you have a family or friend that is undocumented, then this article will help you or that person navigate through the challenges that most immigrants face in America.

Donald Trump said that once he becomes president on January 20th, one of the first things he will do is to repeal all the protective immigration policies President Obama and his predecessors put in place to protect undocumented immigrants in America; including those who were brought here as children.

So if you're here and you're still undocumented, or if you're facing deportation or voluntary removal; or if you've gotten a U.S visa and planning to relocate to America, then the following four advise is for you.

(1) When you get to America, stay in a city known as a Sanctuary city. Sanctuary cities are cities in America that protects immigrants from deportation. Such cities are New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Diego, Etc. These cities will protect you if you're an undocumented immigrant, and even when you get in minor legal troubles, the police officers in these sanctuary cities won't ask you about your legal status or report you to federal immigration authorities. They protect immigrants, simple and short.

In fact, New York State issues Identification cards (ID Cards) to undocumented immigrants which enables them to get driver's licenses, rent apartments, travel to anywhere in the United States and live a normal life until they adjust their immigration status.

And Los Angeles city officials just recently announced that they've approved a $10 million funding that will help pay the legal fees of undocumented immigrants facing deportations.

So these sanctuary cities will be better for you to live in because of their benefits unlike other cities especially those in the southern parts of the US.

(2) Once you arrive in the United States, begin the process of obtaining your green card immediately without delay. If you're already here and you've not started the process, then you should start without further delay. The earlier the better.

(3) Avoid committing any crime because that is what will get you deported very fast. Be a law abiding resident, and even if you don't have legal papers, you can still live in America for many years without any problem as long as you stay out of trouble and obeys the laws of the land.

A lot of people will look for your trouble, especially when they know you don't have your legal resident papers yet; but always avoid them and walk away. When I first got to America, before I even started the process of obtaining a resident permit or green card as it's commonly known. A lot of people looked for my trouble and tried to fight me on several occasions, but I always walked away because I knew that if I fight and I get arrested, I might end up deported. So having that in mind was a detterent for me, and today i'm happy I made the right choices.

So if you don't have your legal papers yet, I'll advise you to avoid all temptations as best as you can, stay out of trouble and stay focused until you get what you're looking for. But nevertheless, do not be afraid to report any crime committed against you. Being a victim of a crime won't get you in any legal trouble because you're the victim; in fact, if at the end you're not able to get a green card through other means, you can get one if you were ever a victim of a serious or violent crime. (See your immigration lawyer for more information on this)

(4) Whenever you get citation tickets for traffic violations such as speeding, or driving without a license or without insurance, always pay for the tickets as soon as you can because if you don't, arrest warrant will be issued for your arrest which will land you in jail, and from there you might end up in more legal immigration troubles.

A lot of people have been deported for different reasons, including minor offenses. So try your best to heed the advise in this article and be careful at all times.

You're here to pursue your dreams. So don't let anyone or anything cut it short.

I wish you all the best my friends as you pursue your dreams in the United States of America.

Note 1: When I have more ideas and informative messages to write about this topic, I'll gladly do so without hesitation.

Note 2: If you're an undocumented immigrant or you're still planning to come over here and you have any questions or concerns, feel free to leave your questions in the comments section below; or if you want to ask me privately, then send me an email at

A copy of my up-coming book "Mind Of A Champion" will also be sent for FREE to everyone on our email list.

I wish you good luck and all the best in this new year and always.

With Love from,

Cyril Obazuaye,
Founder & President,
...Fulfilling Dreams of Immigrants!

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P.P.S: Click this link to watch the motivational 4 minutes music video of the song "I Made It In America"


April 21, 2017 @05:37 am
by — Gbenga Akinola

Good thinking,good advise.Thank you sir.

January 22, 2017 @04:51 pm
by — Darius Mbogo

Am Darius Mbogo from Kenya. Thank you so much for the previous blog which adviced issues related with deportation,i have friends and family members who are there and hearing from them,they are living with fear shouod the current elect president take over,that they might be deported back. i surely will share with them this blog so that they know how to tackle on this. would desire to join the team to perfect my passion of learning guitar and vocals,kindly how would i go about it

January 22, 2017 @04:49 pm
by — Kyei Baffour

So how can I get access to get visa to America ??

January 22, 2017 @04:48 pm
by — Busumuru GH

My dream is to live in the united states.please i wanna live the Ameriacan Dream. How do I go about it,Sir?

January 18, 2017 @12:26 am
by — henry

my dream is to be in America but the only tin I have now is bank statement and also don't have families there as well any help

January 16, 2017 @01:46 am
by — OLIHA OSA's trust

Thanks for this vital info u gave me, because am planning on coming over to USA with students visa and by month ending I will start the visa processing.

January 14, 2017 @08:34 pm

Thanks for sharing this relevant information with us.May the good Lord bless you.Will forward to colleagues as received. THANKS

January 14, 2017 @02:53 pm
by — Grace

Cy, thanks for this important information. Please I have send an Email to you. God bless you.son8a

January 13, 2017 @05:43 am
by — Caroline Faraja

Thank you very much for enlightening me,you are such a blessing, may God continue blessing the work of your hands.

January 13, 2017 @02:41 am
by — emmanuel asukwo

Thanks for this, it will go a long way in our individual help

January 13, 2017 @01:39 am
by — Victor Afolabi Alii

I always love all ur written articles for over 2 yrs now sir, but I'm particularly touched by this ..I have obtained my visa I'm about to depart for america soon ..pls how and what can u do for me to assist me in obtaining a green card to live permanently in United states pls sir help me best regards..

January 12, 2017 @07:09 pm
by — Okwuadigbo ifeanyi

Greetings, my dream is to live in the United States. How do I go about it, Sir? God bless you.

January 12, 2017 @07:06 pm
by — Okwuadigbo ifeanyi

My dream is to live in the united states. How do I go about it,Sir?

January 12, 2017 @03:20 pm
by — Vivian Tochukwu

I just moved to USA and this article came at the right time. All I can say is Thank you for much and may God continue to bless you and give you more wisdom to write more articles like this. I am really happy I joined your site.

January 12, 2017 @03:15 pm
by — Rose Richards

My gf is goig 2 us nx mnt so i will fwd dis 2 her.

January 12, 2017 @03:14 pm
by — Richard Jackson


January 12, 2017 @03:13 pm
by — Ramirez

Good one

January 12, 2017 @03:12 pm
by — Muhammad Anas Abubakar

I have my green card already, but this advise will help so many other people. keep it up sir.

January 12, 2017 @03:11 pm
by — Mohamed Muhammed

May Allah guide and protect you so that you can continue to help others

January 12, 2017 @03:10 pm
by — King Mufusa!!

Greetings Sir. My Name is Emmanuel and i have been following your blog/website for about a year now and i also get your e-mails because i subscribed on your blog/website. Sir i have always had this dream of coming to the U.S.A, pursuing my dream and also live there in the U.S.A but i do not know how to go about it, do not know where to start from. Ive lived in Malaysia for a year now but this is not my dream country and i do not like the way things are done here, no human rights, limited freedom and so much more, I will be going back to Nigeria in some month time and i would love to come to the U.S.A where i can also build myself and pursue my dreams too. I would appreciate if you can put me through on how best i could come to the U.S.A and through a not too expensive package. I appreciate all your efforts, your messages and everything and May God bless you richly. Please i look forward to hear from you. Thank you sir. EMMANUEL. King Mufasa!!

January 12, 2017 @03:09 pm
by — Ken

What a wonderful, educative and enlightening article

January 12, 2017 @03:07 pm
by — Kyei Baffour

So how can I get access to get visa to America ??

January 12, 2017 @03:06 pm
by — Lisa Onu

Ken google sanctuary cities by yourself and the list will come out

January 12, 2017 @03:05 pm
by — Kyle Brown

I live in San Antonio, Texas. Is it a sanctuary city ?

January 12, 2017 @03:04 pm
by — Ken Anazodo

Can you please give us the names of other sanctuary cities?

January 12, 2017 @03:03 pm
by — Jonny Kash

Yes I agree with John. u r God sent

January 12, 2017 @03:02 pm
by — John Akinlade

Thank you sir for what you are doing for us. And for doing it free of charge without asking us to pay for it. You are God's sent

January 12, 2017 @03:00 pm
by — John Scott

If I had gotten this advise when I first came to America, My life would have been better than this now

January 12, 2017 @02:59 pm
by — Jason Ontario

One of the best articles I have read yet. wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

January 12, 2017 @02:58 pm
by — Emmanuel Okafor

God bless you for writing this. It came at the right time for me.

January 12, 2017 @02:57 pm
by — Dixon Nixon

My brother just traveled to America this Jan. I am forwarding this to him now now

January 12, 2017 @02:55 pm
by — Chuks Mbegbu

I really love this. Can I share it on my Facebook wall?

January 12, 2017 @02:55 pm
by — Carlo Stewarts

I read all your articles but I don't always comment, but this one really touched me. Thank you so much for selflessly taking your time to write and help people. This advise is awesome and I just forwarded it to my brother in New York

January 12, 2017 @02:52 pm
by — Ali Musa Abubakar

Such a wonderful article. Sir you're my mentor and I pray to meet you one day.

January 12, 2017 @02:51 pm
by — Anderson Peters

I just moved to UK but I know that this advise will help me too. Thank you Cyril for the wonderful work you're doing.

January 12, 2017 @02:49 pm
by — Ajoke Ajayi

I love this.

January 12, 2017 @02:49 pm
by — Adesanya Olusola

Wow I am going to forward this immediately to my son in America. Thank you so much for this article.

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