Afghan Translator Credited With Saving Soldier Arrives In U.S.
By: Quil Lawrence and Renee Montagne
October 30, 2013
Last month, NPR told the story of an Army captain working to get his Afghan translator out of Afghanistan and to safety. Matt Zeller says his translator saved his life in combat. Under U.S. law, it's possible for Afghans who worked for American forces to get a visa to move to the United States. But Zeller's translator's case had been derailed. Now the translator has finally made it to America.
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