Muhammad Kamran is an Afghan intepreter who has helped the US Military, government agencies, and the United Nations for 10 years in their fight against terrorism. Now Muhammad is in the fight for his life; he and his family have been denied safe passage and entry into the United States.
The Taliban considers him a criminal and is working hard to find and kill Muhammad, his wife, and his four young daughters. The whole family has been living in hiding for four years. They are living in daily fear of being discovered and killed by the Taliban. Even the children are unable to leave their apartment. Leaks in the roof have made the young girls sick on several occasions from getting infections from bacteria in the water or getting cold in the winter.
Kristy Perano, a courageous graduate student stepped up to the plate and began a crusade along with her family (Ken and Susie Perano, Tim and Julianne Perano) to help Muhammad and his family. The USCIS has provided no reason why Muhammad and his family have not been granted clearance to enter the United States citing security concerns. A bi-partisan group of 38 members of congress signed a letter that was sent to Kirstjen Nielsen, Secretary of Homelend Security on July 31, 2018, and as of this date they have received no response from the Secretary or any governmental agency.
We will hear first hand from Muhammad Kamran and the Perano Family. Please share on social media and contact your senators and members of congress. Please share this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NowDUr1I2T8
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