Save our Wartime Allies

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Interpreters risked it all for us.

FIGHTING TO SAVE THE LIVES OF THOSE  THAT SERVED THE U.S. 

On September 11th, 2021, all US Military Forces will depart Afghanistan. At that time the Taliban will escalate their systematic execution of all those who worked with US Forces, starting with our translators. We need your help to help save the 18,000 translators who have applied and are awaiting Special Immigrant Visas for their service. These loyal and trustworthy combat veterans need our help now more than ever. Click below to learn how you can help. 

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LEARN ABOUT OUR PAST

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Vietnam - Operation New Life

In 1975, with the North Vietnamese in quick pursuit, US Soldiers, Sailors, and Airmen helped save 130,000 Vietnamese Refugees. The Ford administration supported the immigration of these Wartime allies on Guam, later bringing them to the continental US. We can't afford to wait until the last moment. We must act now.

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Kosovo - Operation Provide Refuge

In 1999, after Serbian forces attacked Pristina (Kosovo), the U.S. airlifted around 20,000 Kosovar Albanians to Fort Dix, NJ, where their eligibility for refugee status was determined. It was hailed as a new Ellis Island for Kosovo Refugees. 

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Our Future

At some point in the future, we will send our military to another country. Regardless of advanced technology, we will need Wartime allies. Our actions today will send a message to those future allies that we stand by those that risk their lives for us. Interpreters are our cultural and linguistic guides.

Did your members of Congress sign the Letter to the President?

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