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I reached out to IRR in January 2019 and by March I was working 8 hours a day through the first few months of covid-19. It was a difficult time for migrant workers and IRR tried to cope with the new demands. With all the adversity they face, a lot of migrant workers have the determination to uplift the lives of their families. They are touched if we can help them in big and small ways. To me their gratitude is a reminder of what each one of us has to be thankful for.
Having worked on several cases, my most satisfying case has been to recuperate $10,000 for a worker with a pro bono lawyer on the team. The migrant worker took us out for breakfast when the money was given to him. This is what keeps us going day after day knowing that we can make a difference in an individual’s life in a small way.

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