A New American
Doh Wah came from the Karen State in Myanmar through a refugee camp in Thailand. He is one of the first refugees that we had the privilege to meet and serve in 2012. After living in the US for five years, Doh Wah was eligible to take the test for citizenship. After becoming a naturalized citizen, Doh Wah called me to help him apply for his passport. Shortly after this, he called me again to take him to vote in the presidential election. Doh Wah is purchasing his home and serving in his local church fellowship. Doh Wah is a joyful soul who is always eager to help others. He speaks Karen, Burmese, Thai and English. Doh Wah is married to Say Hi, and he is the father of 5 boys! He is your new American-Citizen neighbor.