Former US Army intelligence officer Matt Zeller fought for years to get a visa for the interpreter who saved his life in Afghanistan.
Janis Shinwari arrived in the US in October 2013 with his wife and two children. He says he no longer has to fear the Taliban, but he worries about the interpreters still in the country who face death threats.
Now Zeller and Shinwari are working together again – on a campaign to help more Afghans who worked with US forces get visas.
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