The immigrant community continues to be limited when it comes to attaining the quality of life they strive towards. They experience many hardships because of the problems they are faced with while attempting to acquire citizenship.


Unfamiliar cultures produce more obstacles for this community, especially while raising a family. The language barrier alone makes everyday tasks more burdensome. This leads to difficulties securing work which results in challenges when it comes to housing. The majority of employers are seeking certain qualifications in applicants that immigrants often do not possess, such as proficiency with the English language or the ability to produce a list of professional references.


Another major issue faced by immigrants is accessing common services such as medical care, transportation or financial services. This is why organizations such Immigrant Support and Assistance Center (ISAAC) exist – to provide support and relief to those in need.


To learn more about ISAAC and what they do for the immigrant community, visit