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2017 No One Left Behind Annual Report

Four years into our mission, No One Left Behind operates chapters in ten cities, having helped resettle 2,001 SIV principles for a total of 5,226 people assisted domestically since our founding in 2013. Our goal for the future remains simple – save all the remaining wartime allies (estimated at 50,000 people) left behind in Afghanistan […]

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No One Left Behind Just Launched a New Operation

Introducing Operation Medic Operation Medic assists our Special Immigrant Visa holders (SIVs) with medical and mental health treatment and compensation.  No One Left Behind partners with renowned litigators who have a military background to ensure that our wartime allies receive the treatment and compensation for wartime injuries mandated by the US government. We intake cases […]

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SIVs and the Tangled Road to America: “He had to leave ma’am”

Asif’s Story Asif started his application for a SIV while still in Afghanistan in 2008. As the years passed, and because of his continuous work for the U.S., Asif was hunted by the Taliban. To save his life, Asif had to leave Afghanistan as a refugee in 2011, before his U.S. visa was approved. Asif […]

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NOLB family helps rescue neighbor during apartment fire

One of our California families suffered a tragedy this week. They just lost everything due to an apartment fire – two bags of items salvaged by the firefighters and some Red Cross blankets are all this family has left. The fire started in the apartment above them but it engaged the sprinkler system in their […]

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The Meaning in Volunteering

Our volunteers mean so much to our organization, our clients, and our communities. We want to share this letter written to our Chief Operating Officer, Jason Gorey, from one of our great No One Left Behind volunteers, Katie: Hi Jason, I hope you have had a nice weekend. I just wanted to thank you again for […]

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A Veteran’s Fight

We posted this article on our Facebook and Twitter accounts a few days ago. We have since received more information on Muhammad’s case and wanted to post a follow-up. Kristy Perano’s family has been working tirelessly for the past 9 months to get Muhammad Kamran, an Afghan interpreter that worked with the U.S. military for 10 years, and his family safely […]

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A Veteran’s Reaction: The Vietnam War

Friends, As I’m finishing Ken Burns’ amazing documentary film, The Vietnam War, I’m struck by how similar my war, Vietnam, is to the war in Afghanistan. These quotes from a fellow Vietnam veteran are burned in my mind: “Every major contact I remember with the NVA was initiated by them ambushing us.”  “The disillusionment for […]

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Our Best to John McCain

As you no doubt read in the news, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) has brain cancer. Our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family. We hope he makes a speedy and full recovery. Whether you know it or not, the SIV (Special Immigrant Visa) program exists today because of the tireless work of Sen. […]

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Telling it like it is: Our Allies are Veterans Too.

Yesterday’s Washington Post really does tell it like it is. It’s important; no, it’s vital that you read it. Consider what combat translators/interpreters have done for us, and, more importantly, how much more we could and should be doing for them. We owe them that. They protected and supported our men and women in uniform. They […]

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Help those who helped us.

First and foremost, thank you! Your generosity over the last two weeks helped No One Left Behind keep 15 families off the streets in the DC area!! Thanks to you, 30 adults and 45 children are still safe in the homes they’ve made here in America. Thank you. Of course, our work is never done. […]

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