On the third week, the Employment Case Manager meets with me to tell me about some positions for which I can apply, mostly to jobs as a security guard, so we begin applying. My Resettlement Case Manager gives me my social security card, food stamp card, and Medicaid card and then we head to a Refugee Health Screening Clinic appointment for vaccinations and to set up a Primary Care Physician appointment. After the appointment, my Resettlement Case Manager and I head back to my apartment to do another home visit. The Case Manager does a check to make sure I know my home address, phone number, how to buy food, call 911, etc. The check was easy, especially when I compare it to having to visit so many offices and absorbing so much knowledge about all the programs I am enrolling in in such a short amount of time; the last three weeks have been somewhat overwhelming, but I am getting used to being busy, and I know that I will have many more processes and procedures to go through in time if I want to continue to establish myself in this country.