I studied architecture for 5 years at the University of Jordan. I worked hard studying city planning, site engineering, and landscape design. But when I finally graduated, I could not get a job in my field in Jordan due to my Iraqi nationality. Now I am working in a marble factory. Thank God I have found some kind of work at least, but I want to work in my field, especially after all of my hard work. I know a lot of skilled and talented Iraqis and Syrians. But for us, it is wrong to have ambitions here. “Stay as you are,” they say. I think about leaving a lot. And I have tried to leave Jordan many times. But with Iraqi nationality, I could not get a visa. If there was a work opportunity for me to travel abroad to any country in the world where I have respect and human rights, of course I would go.