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As California Welcomes Ukrainian Refugees, Counties Fall Short on Interpreters

Mark Kreidler SACRAMENTO, Calif. — After the Russian invasion, Katie Nelha and her spouse couldn’t safely return to their dwelling in Mykolaiv, Ukraine, so they took their likelihood as refugees. Flying from Poland, wherever they have been working, to Mexico in early April, they crossed into the U.S. at Tijuana, […]
As California Welcomes Ukrainian Refugees, Counties Fall Short on Interpreters