Law, undocumented

Zain Sayed graduated from one of the nation’s top law schools, but spent nearly two years supporting his wife and child selling phones, tablets and smartwatches online in countries where the tech hadn’t been released yet.Sayed’s family sought asylum from Pakistan when he was 5. His undocumented status had already eliminated medicine as a career, as medical schools rarely take international …

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