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After immigrating to the United States from China, Lan enrolled at the University of Texas at Dallas to further her education and pursue the American dream. This year, she graduated with her PhD and was excited to receive a job offer starting in May.
Late last year, Gary submitted a mail forwarding order with the United States Postal Service (USPS) so that his mail would be forwarded to his business address instead of his home address. Although Gary’s request was submitted correctly, he experienced many difficulties receiving his forwarded mail.
After his wife sadly passed away last year, John* was left to file taxes for himself and his wife on his own. John knew that to file their taxes for 2019, he would need a 1099 form from the Social Security Administration (SSA) showing how much his wife had received in Social Security benefits that year.
For several years, the mail in Kathi’s neighborhood was routinely delivered to the incorrect addresses. This resulted in Kathi and her neighbors needing to meet up to exchange their mail on a weekly basis, which led to frequent delays and difficulties for her husband, who is disabled.
When Tekola’s employer reported his income to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), they made a significant mistake by adding multiple extra decimals that resulted in them overreporting his income by millions.
Originally from Canada, Caitlin works as a chemistry teacher in Dallas, and needed a new work permit to continue teaching. Although Caitlin had applied to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for a new permit, she had not heard back and her current permit was about to expire.
When the company Richard worked for was bought by a new company, they paid for a new health care plan for him. Because he was receiving private health insurance, Richard decided to halt his Medicare part A and B coverage.
Sonja had her citizenship interview last year and was excited to join our North Texas community after emigrating from the Republic of North Macedonia years before. Unfortunately, she waited months without hearing any updates from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
After Betty’s husband passed, she and her family applied for survivor’s benefits with aid and attendance from the VA for his service. Betty was now living in an assisted living facility and needed the money to pay for her care.