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Immigrant Challenge

Pakistan-born manager Nasser Ahmad is helping to educate the public about immigration.

Nasser Ahmad, who lives with his wife and young son in downtown Manhattan, saw the twin towers fall in 2001 and knew the world was changing. A year later the U.S. instituted a program as part of the Patriot Act requiring foreign male visitors from predominantly Muslim countries to register

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