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The caseworker led them back into the living room to sign paperwork. She explained that the government would pay their rent for the first three months, just as it had for 90 other Syrians who had arrived in Louisville in the past year. They would be provided with job training, cash assistance, food stamps and English classes. They were expected to be self-sufficient within five or six months. “This is money you can spend in case of an emergency,” the caseworker said, handing Sarhan $100 in cash. “These will help you travel places,” she said, giving him a roll of tickets for the city bus. “Do you have any questions?”
originally posted by: HomerinNC
Lets take care of our OWN first before we take care of ANYONE ELSE