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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Will Form 944 Pr Veterans

Instructions and Help about Will Form 944 Pr Veterans

I think I became more patriotic and felt more American when I was deported. We have people here in Tijuana, Mexico who are multiple recipients of the Bronze Star for heroism, but they can't cross the border a short distance away to get VA care because they've been deported. Here's what we are facing: we stay here, as many as seven. In my heart and my mind, I am still in the United States. You know, serving in the Armed Forces has long been considered one of the highest forms of patriotism. But what that means for foreign-born military men and women can be complicated. 3% of our military is foreign-born, and of that, seventy-five thousand of them are not US citizens. Like their US-born counterparts, they suffer from high rates of PTSD and substance abuse. However, if they get in trouble with the law, oftentimes for crimes related to their PTSD, they are held to what some call double punishment - serving a prison sentence and then also being deported. Right before I was discharged, I was having problems with alcohol and drugs. Then, I got a DUI. I was chaptered out of the military for the honorable discharge, but my major problems started right after the military service. I was basically involved in a shooting. Nobody was hurt. I wasn't the person that did it, but at the end of the day, I'm the one that pled guilty to it and went to prison for it. I did a little over two years. I was deported to Nogales, Sonora, and basically, they just walked me to a door, opened the gate, and that was it. Six months later, I snuck back into the country and laid low under the radar from 2004 through 2010. We are in TJ Reiner,...