Immigrants encounter a multitude of employment triumphs and disadvantages upon migrating to a new country (Fuller, 2011; Raijman & Kemp, 2010; Sodhi, 2009; Stewart, 2003; Yakushko, 2006). Diverse misunderstood barriers to employment are preventing this population from working. After migrating to a new country, most immigrants’ current work experience is from their country of origin and occasionally unrecognized by potential employers (Reitz, 2005; Sodhi & Lauzon, 2004; Zong, 2000). How do these individuals acquire “North American experience” while concurrently trying to adjust to their new homeland? This causes difficulties as well as resentment from immigrants who immigrated primarily to further their careers and thus provide a better life for their family.