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Migrants were promised jobs, free housing before being taken to Martha's Vineyard

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Abdul Musawer Kazimi fled the Taliban during the mass evacuation of Afghanistan just over a year ago. He came to the United States, he says, with one pair of clothes, $100.00 in his pocket, and now works with the International Institute of New England trying to help refugees like himself find jobs.
Migrants were promised jobs, free housing before being taken to Martha's Vineyard
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Migrants were promised jobs, free housing before being taken to Martha's Vineyard

The 50 Venezuelan migrants flown to Martha's Vineyard from Texas say they were promised jobs and free housing.

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