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The main fears of Russian-speaking immigrants in the USA, and how to cope with them


Alina Prikhodko

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Moving to another country is always associated with fears. We are usually scared by the unknown: “Will I definitely be able to move? I'm not sure I can handle it. What if it doesn’t work out.” This is the natural state for many migrants, and especially those planning to move to the United States.

People are afraid to change something and worry that the changes will not live up to expectations. We have prepared answers to the most common questions that concern immigrants.

Will I be able to work in America?

One of the most common fears among migrants is the question of future employment. Before moving to the USA, many people ask the question: “Will I be able to find a job?” The answer to this question depends on many factors, including professional experience, skills and specialization. It is important to understand that the United States offers a variety of employment opportunities, and a successful career in a new country is possible for anyone who is willing to learn and hardworking.

If you didn’t do anything in your home country, then it will be difficult for you in the USA. But if you have always worked, no matter who - an electrician, a programmer, a marketer, a builder, a painter, or in business, then in America it will be even easier for you.

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People who know how to do something with their own hands and know how business works will be able to do their business after moving. In America, business conditions are much more favorable than in the CIS countries. This is fertile land for entrepreneurs.

Most importantly, pay attention to the market. Analyze customer habits, mentality and preferences, because in the USA not every product and service will find its consumer. We also advise you not to panic in an unfamiliar environment. It may be better to first work in some company, study American business from the inside, and then begin to develop slowly.

There are people who earned little at home, did not grow in their business and lived from paycheck to paycheck. After moving to America, we began to gradually develop our business and achieved a stable high income.

Do you understand me?

Another fear that often plagues migrants is the language barrier. If you do not speak English, this will complicate your communications with the outside world, and will certainly cause anxiety about adapting to an unfamiliar society. However, it is important to note that English is not the deciding factor.

There are migrants who know English perfectly and speak without an accent, but work as ordinary clerks for a low salary. English, of course, will be an advantage when adapting to the country, but it is not necessary to learn it to perfection before moving. Just bring your language up to everyday level.

Practice, the desire to improve and communication with native speakers will do the trick. There’s no need to get hung up on this, and there’s especially no need to have complexes about it. As a last resort, you can use a translator on your phone and they will understand you perfectly.

How to properly prepare documents

For many immigrants, the immigration and legalization process is quite complex and confusing. Therefore, we advise you to seek help from immigration lawyers or consultants. Experts in the field will be able to help you choose the right immigration program, prepare the necessary documents, and guide you through the entire process. This is very important if you do not want to ruin your migration history and immigration in general.

It is important to remember that immigration laws may change and requirements may vary. Therefore, it is important to obtain information from reliable sources and monitor legal updates.

Fear when moving is a natural reaction, and many migrants successfully overcome it as they begin a new chapter of their lives in the United States.

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