I’m pleased that the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service approved our application to host a third family of Ukrainian refugees. They moved in a week ago and are all very nice. The 7 year-old boy and my 5 year old son have already become good friends.
Welcome to the United States.
Very nice, Nick and Lena…
Great looking family!
Congratulations and thanks for looking after others with your resources!
do You take in old Irish families ???
No. USCIS form I-134A is only for refugees from certain countries.
Well we are not actually refugees…
Unfortunately, we can’t host Ukrainian refugees but we’ve given a lot of $ to the Canadian Ukrainian Society and will continue to do so. They help families directly. Great cause, BTW.
That’s awesome Nick! Yourself and Lena rescued them from the proxy war being waged by our deep state guberment to try to coverup their crimes against humanity with biolabs in Ukraine and their elections being stolen by our guberment. Hopefully (if they so choose) they will be able to return to their country to continue their lives and family linage. Ukraine is the home of the original Russian territory, Kiev was the Capitol of Russia in days past. Ukraine is considered to be a “breadbasket” of the world because of the amount of farming in their country.
Interesting. Having the option to flee to the country that is forcibly trying to gain control of their homeland and the country that started a “proxy war being waged by our deep state guberment to try to coverup their crimes against humanity with biolabs in Ukraine and their elections being stolen by our guberment.”, they choose the latter.
Nice lookin family. Keep up the good works, Nick. God Bless!
Dave and Richard: I agree. The U.S. starts most wars. And worse, after the war is over, we dishonorably refuse to release our POWs and refuse to leave.
I had a friend return from Iraq last year and the first complaint out of his mouth was about the foreigners crossing our southern border. I’m like “Bro, where did you just return from? LOL.”
Great for you and your family making a difference.“No one cares what you know,until they see how much you care”