Abdul is a “Mensch*”
(* Yiddish – “a person of integrity and honor”).
-By Brandt Ross
This past Thanksgiving, we joined our daughter, son-in-law and grandchildren for a nice family Thanksgiving. Earlier, our daughter had been in touch with a national organization doing outreach for refugees seeking to place them in homes for Thanksgiving.
The family who joined our celebration was an Afghan Muslim couple with two small children. We had a wonderful celebration very much inspired by Abdul and his remarkable story.
Shortly after 9/11 when ... Read more >
Volunteers of the Month: Juan and Young
Juan Zea Esteban and Young Cho, our immigration interns this fall season, contributed over 350 hours during their three months of service!
Outside of regular office work, Juan and Young were huge assets to an extremely busy Immigration Services department. They translated immigration documents, helped with the Central American Minors – Affidavit of Relationship (CAM-AOR) program and kept positive energy flowing during the rush.
Young is a recent law school graduate and was interested in immigration law. Specifically, she was interested in ... Read more >