By CCI Team
Moving to a new country is always challenging. People do it for better opportunities, safer living, or to earn enough money to support family still living in their home county. Adjusting to the new life may be particularly difficult for those families whose members do not have legal status. Obtaining legal status in the United States is a long and complicated process. Those who lived in the U.S. illegally are required by law to leave the country to apply for status change, but for many families that means long-term separation.