Bella attended English classes offered by the federal government to ensure that she would be able to work to support herself and eventually attend university.
Bella eventually learned enough English and French to be able to work as a waitress at a small corner cafe. She was given a license to work from the federal government.
Unfortunately, since Bella still had an accent when she spoke and since she looked different from most people, she was often yelled at and treated unfairly by others.
Bella attended health check-ups regularly. However, in one of those check-ups, she was diagnosed positive for lung cancer. It became the hospital's responsibility to help her and make sure that she was placed under chemotherapy.
Thanks to the excellent healthcare services, Bella eventually made a full recovery and was able to continue her life. She still faced discrimination from time to time, though she managed to ignore it, and there were many more people who were kind and helpful towards her.
Bella continued her education where she had left off and got a degree in computer science. Thanks to the contributions of the government, private sponsors, social workers, hospital workers and many others, Bella was able to overcome the many challenges of being a refugee.