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  • 'I am not safe. My kids are not safe': Afghan family seeks entry to U.S.

    Ken and Susie Perano have spent the last nine months trying to help Afghan refugee Muhammad Kamran and his family access to the United States, but Kamran has had entry denied by the U.S. government. The Peranos talk with Kamran on the phone almost every day.

'I am not safe. My kids are not safe': Afghan family seeks entry to U.S.

Ken and Susie Perano have spent the last nine months trying to help Afghan refugee Muhammad Kamran and his family access to the United States, but Kamran has had entry denied by the U.S. government. The Peranos talk with Kamran on the phone almost every day.
Randall Benton The Sacramento Bee