fbpx

United States

“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 …

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

“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 …

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

Sammy’s Story

Sammy’s family is reunited and enjoying their Christmas celebration today for the first time in 4 years together thanks to a generous donation of nearly 480K United miles…

Edgar’s Story

Edgar (not his real name) had fled Honduras and come to the United States as an unaccompanied minor hoping to join an aunt in Portland. He was a 17 year old orphan…