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To whom It May Concern, I am writing to request that the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) grant me deferred action and not to deport me. I think I should not get deported because my case meets the criteria for deferred action eligibility under the Military Accession Vital to the National Interest (Mavni) program. I am an international student in the United State under the F1 student visa. I came to the United States January 2014. I have been here for 3 years now, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. I got a sport scholarship to study at Clayton State University, Morrow, Georgia. There, I was awarded as a Silver Scholar in the Presidential Honor Roll for the 2013-2014 Peach belt Conference. I later…show more content…
We want to gain vast amounts of knowledge, to give back to the world. With Computer Science, the intention is to get my degree and work for the government in providing a better future and safer place for others. An Army recruiter approached me in Georgia before I transferred to Spokane, who told me of the Mavni program. But, due to the circumstances of academic pursuit, I couldn’t join the United State Army, I had to move to Whitworth, Spokane, Washington. A few months after arriving in Spokane, I and my sister both got an email from the international office at Whitworth to join the Army through the Mavni program, and I thought this must be fate, God must want me to join, so I did. I was able to join due to high ASVAB score. I passed my Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) in the Yoruba Language. I got my Military Occupation Specialties (MOS) as a Watercraft operator (88K) as a Private First Class (E3 army rank), which basically means I work as an operator and a deckie on the Logistic Support Vessel (LSV-3, Army Ship) at the 805th Transportation Detachment in the US Army Reserve Unit while pursuing my undergraduate degree in computer science. I am a senior now at Whitworth and would be looking at graduating next spring. I would like to become an officer in the US Army after going to Basic Training (BCT) and Advanced Individual Training (AIT) through Officer Candidate School (OCS). After completing my bachelor’s
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