• By: Serving Immigrants
  • Published: December 26, 2022

To be thankful, is one of the most important things that we are taught when we are growing up.

“You have to give thanks,” our mothers used to say when someone gave us something or helped us with something. And in the United States there is a day dedicated especially to that, to give thanks.

Thanksgiving Day has its origins in Canada, the tradition started to give thanks for the harvests of the season and for being able to share them. This is a day to share with the family, to celebrate and give thanks for what life has given us throughout the year.

Every year millions of families reunite together to give thanks and no one should be an exception to that rule, but there are those who cannot be with their families because they had to emigrate and had to do it alone. The United States is the country that receives the majority number of immigrants each year, and part of those thousands of people who emigrate each year are those who do it clandestinely and do it to have a better quality of life for their families.

Serving Immigrants helps those people join together as a family, around a table with a delicious turkey in the center, and give thanks for the company and peace of mind that comes from knowing that there are no risks at all. That they can spend indefinite days of Thanksgiving together because they have done their duty to make their journey through the U.S. legal.

Magdalena Cuprys, Esq.

As an immigrant and a refugee herself, attorney Magdalena Cuprys understands how
important, terrifying, and exciting immigrating to America can be. She understands
how important it is to have one’s legal status in order to achieve the American dream.

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