Venezuelans are finding hope and success in new countries around the world. Many have found opportunities, starting businesses and succeeding in various fields. Their strength and courage are an inspiration!
Since the age of 18 Cristian has been working in media, allowing him to develop in various areas of audiovisual production and advertising
Cristian Noguera is a young Venezuelan similar to many others, who emigrated to Argentina in 2015 with a suitcase full of dreams in search of opportunities. Since the age of 18 he has worked in audiovisual post-production for production companies, advertising agencies and television channels.
Pro-Immigrant Organizations in the US Reject Program Will Be Economic Burden
Representatives of pro-immigrant organizations in the United States on Tuesday rejected that the program that grants humanitarian visas to Cubans, Venezuelans, Haitians and Nicaraguans will be an economic burden for the receiving states, arguing that, on the contrary, it will be a contribution to public coffers.
Never stop dreaming, but above all never stop working for your dreams.
He had to leave Venezuela and in Miami, he went from valet parking to founding a successful event company. Fran Olivares sells houses, is an investor in real estate in the Florida area and also runs a gambling website in Costa Rica.
DHS emphasized that Venezuelans should not travel to Mexico to enter the United States
Learn how to sponsor a Venezuelan migrant in the U.S. with our guide on eligibility requirements and income limits. With the recent immigration agreement signed by Joe Biden's administration, 24,000 Venezuelans will be able to enter the U.S. legally and smoothly.
The countries that benefit most are those that receive Venezuelan emigrants, who are more skilled than the local population.
More than seven million Venezuelans have left their country in the last eight years to escape the economic, political and social crisis. The vast majority of them, six million, have settled in other countries in the Latin American region, which for years have invested part of their budgets in welcoming the new arrivals.
Dayana Camacho Favara, a Venezuelan criminal lawyer, emigrated to Spain in 2016 after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
Dayana Camacho Favara, a Venezuelan criminal lawyer, emigrated to Spain in 2016 after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. She joined the COLVENZ organization and helped Venezuelan migrants with regularization and enrolling children in school.