We are not unsympathetic to your situation. On our website we frequently discuss the plight of the working poor, and the need to up the minimum wage significantly, stand with (HELP) those who are in need, etc. We promote Food Rescue, Food Pantries, and urge Christians to make the difference in other people's lives in significant ways. This includes situations like yours, and it includes situations like the Karen people - many of whom experienced horrors in Myanamar that we only see in movies. Can't we rejoice with them that they've finally escaped that holocaust of their families, and found a place they can work and live in peace? In the Bible, we are told to weep with those who weep, and rejoice with those who rejoice. We aren't to be jealous or sneer at others who finally escape deep suffering and begin to know comfort, because we don't have everything we want. We have a low income ourselves, but are thankful for what God provides (without welfare).