One day police arrived at Fatima's house and arrested them for being illegal migrants. The other Somalian people purposefully didn't tell her about the police, and how she was their next visit.
You are going to live in the United States!
How are we supposed to go to the U.S.
In the detention center, all the Somalian women bullied Fatima and her kids like they did in her old community and Fatima just wanted to go someplace where they could live happily and not need to worry about being bullied all day.
One day her youngest daughter got really sick and because they didn't have medical care her daughter wasn't getting better. Fatima hated seeing her daughter suffer and really wanted medical care for her.
We can have a new life in the U.S.
Because of the conditions Fatima's daughter was in, Asylum Access intervened and fast-tracked Fatima's case to the UNHCR and got the approval to have her resettlement in the U.S.
The United States has the medical care for my daughter!
But soon when she had her flight booked the travel ban from the Trump Administration came down, and since that ban blocked Somalian refugees Fatima and her kids were stuck in limbo.
Luckily, soon after the first travel ban was overturned, Fatima and her kids safely arrived in the U.S. and she now has a job so she can afford the medical care her kids need and they are safe from her parents in Somalia.