Nalu: ‘This is what I do for a living’
Nalus and her son Jaden, both 14, are looking forward to their new life in the US.
The three, who have been living in the UK for five years, came to the UK to be with their parents in 2017.
They have been married since November.
Jaden is an American, while Naluu is an Indonesian.
But when they arrived in the country, they were taken in by an aunt who had moved to Britain to find work.
“She said she would help us with the basics, but then said she had no money,” Naluka said.
“We have to take her to the office, but it is very expensive. “
The phone is a smartphone, so the rent costs more than the phone itself.” “
We have to take her to the office, but it is very expensive.
The phone is a smartphone, so the rent costs more than the phone itself.”
Naluitu, whose English is not good enough to speak, works at a coffee shop.
Jadun is also studying engineering, but he’s happy to work.
He said the main reason he chose to come to the US was because he wanted to make a better future for his son.
“We are from Indonesia and the way things are, we do not have any rights,” he said.
Jador, Naluna’s eldest son, said his family was “not happy with the situation”.
“It’s really hard to see people being treated like that,” he told the BBC.
“There are so many problems we do have in Indonesia and they are doing nothing.”
The couple are still working as contractors for the Royal Dutch Shell (RDSA), the world’s largest oil and gas company.
The couple also have a daughter, Nala.
Nalua has worked as a nurse in the Philippines.
“I like to help people because I think that we can help people,” she said.
Nala said she wanted to work in the oil and natural gas industry, but that her family could not afford to buy a house.
“My father has two children and I have a son too, so we have to work,” she told the news channel.
And it is a good life, but if we can get a job in the future, I hope that it will be good for my son.”