Raúl shares that he emigrated because of the desire to venture out to discover the United States. He believes that deportations are not the result of all immigrants, but they can be of those who do not agree to obey the laws of the country. Raúl shares that immigrants generally seek a quiet life without problems with the authorities. In addition, he it emphasizes the importance that the men who live in the shelter, continue to take responsibility for the well-being of their families. The hostel supports and helps participants find and maintain employment so they can become independent and financially support their families in their home countries.