Four Reasons to Read this Book

Reason 1

Learn

how people legally come to America

We are bombarded with information about illegal immigration. But there are over a million people who legally immigrate to America each year. This is the majority of immigrants.

 

I use stories of how my family came to America for you to understand things like birthright citizenship, family-based immigration, and naturalization.

 

Weather you are a policy maker or homemaker you need to know the facts to form sounds judgments. 

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Should American Voices Inform American Immigration?

 

Hi, I’m George.  I served as a United States diplomat and consular officer. I also immigrated to America as a kid. 

I believe in making America stronger.  That's why I joined the Foreign Service and it's why I started this blog. I share my professional experience and personal stories to advocate for pro-American immigration policy.  My posts provide accurate but provocative information for a practical perspective in the immigration debate. 

Join me in making America stronger through pro-American immigration. 

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Author Bio

Dr. George Farag is a former United States Diplomat. He was appointed to the Diplomatic Service by President George W. Bush and served at embassies throughout the Middle East. George decided on thousands of visa applications for people seeking visas to come to America. 

George immigrated to America from Egypt with his family. A single mother on welfare raised him and his family struggled to survive. Since then many good people inspired George to reach further.

On September 11, 2001, George witnessing the collapse of the twin towers in New York City.  He joined the U.S. Department of State soon after to serve America.  He was among the first U.S. diplomats to enter Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom. He was also on the Consular Affairs Crisis Response team that evacuated 15,000 Americans from Beirut during the 2006 Lebanon War.

George is the recipient of the Department of State’s Superior Honor Award, the Meritorious Honor Award, and the George P. Schultz Consular Certificate.