Deciding to move from one's homeland to America can be an incredibly difficult process. ImmiLounge helps immigrants to empower themselves with the knowledge necessary to succeed anywhere that they wish.
Washington DC, MD (PRWEB) December 06, 2012
ImmiLounge.com is a recently-launched social network whose goal it is to connect American immigrants from all nationalities and faiths and those who want to relocate to America. Now recent and prospective immigrants to America can find everything that they need with just a few clicks of a mouse. ImmiLounge.com also links immigrants directly to immigration attorneys capable of answering almost any question regarding immigration and citizenship.
The website was created by Brian Nguah, a Kenyan immigrant who wanted to change the immigration process and make it easier for immigrants to assimilate into American culture. Nguah created ImmiLounge in 2012 as a means to bring current and future immigrants together to help each other. ImmiLounge boasts a membership of individuals from all over the world, many of whom have made the transition to living in America and can thus offer advice to immigrants and their families seeking a new life.
Immigration can be a long and taxing process. ImmiLounge members will find themselves exposed to organizations and immigration attorneys who have made it their life's work to help immigrants from all over the world move to America and solve there immigration issues. The website consolidates a vast amount of resources and professionals into one convenient place and encourages communication between its members.
Presently, ImmiLounge is the internet's only social network that helps American immigrants. Bloggers and businesses are invited and encouraged to use ImmiLounge.com as a way to advertise, post articles, and create an open dialogue with immigrants all over the United States. The whole purpose of ImmiLounge is to help immigrants get a foothold in their communities, starting by using social media as a springboard.
"Where there's a will, there's a way," says Nguah. He wanted to create a way to help immigrants in the nation, and thus came up with the innovative idea of ImmiLounge where immigrants can come and freely share their success stories and ask for advice on how to pursue the American dream. Deciding to move from one's homeland to America can be an incredibly difficult process. ImmiLounge helps immigrants to empower themselves with the knowledge necessary to succeed anywhere that they wish. So weather it is jobs, healthcare, immigration information, education or scholarships, ImmiLounge connects immigrants with just that, and much more for free.