Former Afghan war zone interpreter, Aimal, is considered one of the lucky ones. He is one of an estimated 15,000 Afghans who risked his life (and even put his own family in danger) for the U.S. war effort in Afghanistan. Now he has a prized U.S. Visa and is living in America. The issue? He is on public assistance and has even been homeless because he can’t secure a decent job in America.
On Our Side: The Story of An Afghan War Interpreter
Original article by Pete Cobus published in the PRI on 04/22/2015