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  • Female Afghan visa holder runs struggling day care to make ends meet

    Yalda Kabiri worked as a translator with U.S. task forces in Afghanistan for five years. Now she balances her desire for a college degree with a day care she runs out of her home for other Special Immigrant Visa holders. Sacramento County provides payment for children attending the day care but has been late in paying her. She struggles to make ends meet.

Yalda Kabiri worked as a translator with U.S. task forces in Afghanistan for five years. Now she balances her desire for a college degree with a day care she runs out of her home for other Special Immigrant Visa holders. Sacramento County provides payment for children attending the day care but has been late in paying her. She struggles to make ends meet. Jessica Koscielniak McClatchy
Yalda Kabiri worked as a translator with U.S. task forces in Afghanistan for five years. Now she balances her desire for a college degree with a day care she runs out of her home for other Special Immigrant Visa holders. Sacramento County provides payment for children attending the day care but has been late in paying her. She struggles to make ends meet. Jessica Koscielniak McClatchy

Former Afghan interpreter shifts gears for a new career in America

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