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Darya - Making the American dream come true

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Emigrant's Life Podcast - Stories of people who left their country to chase a better life
Duration: 56:30
Darya Karolina’s emigrant experience started early when she was a young girl who moved from Russia to Ukraine. Reminiscing her past memories when she was not able to understand the Ukrainian language and needed the help of her grandma neighbours was some of Darya’s sweet memories of her past.From a
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Darya Karolina’s emigrant experience started early when she was a young girl who moved from Russia to Ukraine. Reminiscing her past memories when she was not able to understand the Ukrainian language and needed the help of her grandma neighbours was some of Darya’s sweet memories of her past.From a young girl who lived in a rural area, Darya has journeyed and became a well-known fitness expert in her country. Though it seems like everything was going well accordingly for her, Darya reached a moment in her life where she felt unhappy at all despite the many recognitions and accomplishments she’s experiencing at the moment.Her dream of moving to the U.S. was a sudden move which she decided to do after a couple of reflecting her life situations. After buying a one-way ticket and living with her “not so close” friend in a low maintenance apartment, Darya struggled a lot with the language barrier which she was able to overcome through religiously educating and studying by herself.Darya was able to sustain living in the U.S. through her online business which she had back in Ukraine. Being a fitness expert back in her country, she was able to bring her career in the U.S. which also helped her pay for her studies.Listening to Darya’s journey as she fled from Ukraine at a time of a war between Russia and Ukraine was very amusing and I’m pretty sure you’ll feel the same way too. Darya’s story and experience with immigration processes, visa application and adjusting to living in New York would help you have a glimpse and be aware of what to expect when immigrating to the U.S.Enjoy the episode!👉 SHOW NOTES 👈 Listen to the podcastYou can listen and subscribe to this show on Apple Podcast, Deezer, Stitcher, Google Play, Google Podcast, Spotify, YouTube, and Radio Public.Be on the show If you want to be on this show, you can visit emigrantslife.com/yourstory Support the podcastThe best way to support the show is to give us a review on Podchaser or on your favorite podcast app; it’s free and it will help the show growing and reach more people. Thanks for listening!Daniel De BiasiSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/emigrantslifepodcast)
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