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People Left Behind

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No One Left Behind is a 501 (c)(3) organization dedicated to saving the lives of America’s Wartime Allies and their families who have saved the lives of thousands of Americans in service to our country.

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Did you serve alongside US troops in any capacity and are in need of an Special Immigration Visa (SIV) or assistance resettling in the US?

Are you a US serviceman or veteran looking to support your Wartime Ally who is still abroad?

You’re in the right place.


Janis Shinwari

Janis Shinwari directly saved five U.S. soldiers during his nine years of combat interpretation support to Operation Enduring Freedom. On April 28, 2008, U.S. Army Captain Matt Zeller found himself in an ambush pinned down by enemy fire, low on ammunition, and questioning whether he would ever see his family again. At that critical moment, Janis and an American quick reaction force arrived to rescue Matt and his team. Janis calmly assessed the situation and joined the fight just in time to shoot two Taliban fighters who had flanked Matt’s position and were closing in for the kill.

Ajmal Faquiri

From homeless vet to community leader.

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Janis Shinwari

A hero in battle. A hero in peace.

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Interested in making a difference? There are a number of ways that you can help support those who have given their profound service to our nation’s military while at war.


We regularly work with the media and post updates to our blog in an effort to raise awareness about who we are, what we do, and the people that we serve. Get to know us better through our work and see for yourself what we are working to achieve and how your generous donations are being used to help change lives.

CNNi talks to U.S. Army Captain Matt Zeller about the plight of Afghan and Iraqi translators trying to get U.S. visas.


It’s a reunion five years in the making. For Army Captain Matt Zeller, it is mission accomplished..

His Maryland driver’s license lists his name as “FNU Ajmal.” The FNU stands for “first name unknown.”