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After serving alongside our troops as a translator in Iraq for the U.S. Army, Jinan immigrated to the United States and settled in Dallas to begin her new life. As part of her transition to life in the U.S., Jinan applied for a green card. After serving alongside the U.S.
Julie is a social worker from Garland who worked at nonprofit organizations for over a decade. During this time, she stayed up to date with her student loan payments in order to qualify for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.
After 16 years of working in the field, Evan was excited to open his own distillery in the city of Richardson. As a Richardson resident with two children attending Richardson ISD schools, he looked forward to the prospect of contributing to the community he loved.
Tommy, a Garland native, hurt his back on the job while working for the U.S. Postal Service. His pain was so severe that he needed surgery to implant a device that would control it. As he waited for months to have his surgery approved by the U.S. Dept. of Labor, Tommy’s quality of life decreased rapidly.
Ahmad served seven years as a translator for the U.S. Army in Afghanistan. In 2016, he moved to the United States with his wife and his children, in pursuit of his American Dream.
When Richardson resident David turned 65, he signed up for Medicare Part B coverage. Having medical coverage is extremely important to David’s health because he is currently dealing with several ailments, including diabetes and a recent heart attack.
Dallas resident Bothwell was scheduled to have kidney surgery. Because the surgery was serious, his doctors required that he have a family member who could make decisions on his behalf, on the chance that he may not be able to make any on his own.
Barbara is a high school guidance counselor in Richardson, and has been serving her community for decades. When she filed her tax return this year, she hoped to get a tax refund back to help pay medical bills. Unfortunately, the refund was taking longer than expected and she wasn’t sure why.
Yiping immigrated to Garland, Texas from China in order to further his education and pursue his American Dream. With a diploma in hand from the University of Texas at Dallas, and a passion for software engineering, Yiping was able to land his dream job at a major tech company.