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Miles4Migrants

“In my country I was imprisoned for 3 days for no other reason than my being of an ethnic minority group…”

by: An Anglophone U.S. Asylee from Cameroon. Flights provided by Miles4Migrants pre-COVID-19 “The journey to the U.S. was hard and dangerous. I was so happy to reach this country. But when I got here and asked for asylum, they put handcuffs and shackles on me, I was confused, and I couldn’t understand… I could only …

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“My name is Jan. I was born and raised in Afghanistan…” – A Special Immigrant Visa Holder’s Story

by: Jan, an Afghan Special Immigrant Visa holder resettled in the U.S. “Everything in my life changed when I started working with the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) and US forces in Afghanistan as an interpreter and cultural advisor. People like me working in this capacity made a huge difference by connecting local communities and …

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Iraqi Refugee Family Resettled in Canada – Thank You Video!

by: Mokhles, an Iraqi mechatronic engineer resettled in Canada Mokhles and his family’s amazing story were covered in the Toronto Star! “From Jordan to Morden: Iraqi family thrilled to be in Manitoba under new program to resettle skilled refugees“ Alongside our friends and partners at Talent Beyond Boundaries, Miles4Migrants was able assist Mokhles, his wife, …

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