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Wednesday, October 28, 2009


After a nearly 4 year battle with the Departments of Immigration, Homeland Security and Social Security, the US Government has conceded that Mr. Anthony Aldo Rose who served in the US Navy during the Vietnam Era and worked in this country for 40 years, in fact never left the country, is an American citizen and can draw his Social Security Pension.You may recall his story as covered by the Pioneer Press and the Hastings Gazette last year. The blog on his struggles with the Feds is at:

Our thanks to Pro Bono Lawyer Stella Mednick, who we met through "Linked In", for her untiring efforts on Tony's behalf.
Below is the link to the St. Paul Pioneer Press coverage of the Citizenship Ceremony:

1 comment:

S said...

Wonderful news! Mr. Rose, I am glad you have finally recovered something that was stolen from you.

Have a good one!