On this interview we speak to George Farag. After being born in Egypt, his family immigrated to the US. He shares his story of growing up poor, with no Father, and how that shaped his life. He takes us on a tour of his life, his travels, what inspired him to become a US diplomat, and how he taught himself to be confident.
Guest: Author, Former US Diplomat, George Farag
Dr. George Farag is an expert in U.S. immigrant and non-immigrant visa policy. He served as a Diplomat and Consular Officer at high-risk American embassies and decided on thousands of visa applications. In his current role, Dr. Farag provides expertise on the process for almost every visa applicant coming to the U.S. from the Middle East. This includes over 3 million applicants in 11 countries.
- Book: Pro-American Immigration: Common Ground in our Immigration Strategy
- Website: WWW.GeorgeFarag.COM
Surviving Georgie is the true story of a little boy growing up in Pennsylvania dutch country, 1949 to 1956. Although its been called one of the funniest books ever printed, its actually a history book about America’s age of innocence seen through the eyes of a little boy. Reviewed by both Saturday Night Live, and Focus On The Family, this book is readable for all, and will give you joy all along the way. Visit WWW.SurvivingGeorgie.COMfor mor details. You can also get the book at Get it on Amazon.