Man Who Worked as a Taxi Driver Becomes American Citizen, Shares Story of How He Traveled with Little Money
- A young man who travelled to the United States of America with little money has finally become an American citizen
- The man named Nabil Khalifa said he travelled to the USA five years ago and he worked as a taxi driver when he arrived
- His hard work has now paid off since he is now a successful owner of two startups and has been granted US citizenship
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An Egyptian man who travelled to the United States of America five years ago has now become a citizen of the country.
The man identified as Nabil Khalifa said he worked as a taxi driver when he first arrived in the country but kept his dreams alive.
I arrived with little money and a dream
Narrating his story on LinkedIn, Nabil Khalifa said he went to the USA with very little money and only a dream.
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He said he knew hard work will pay off and he decided to work hard. His words:
"Yesterday marked a very important day of my life, the day I officially became an American. 5 years ago I moved from Egypt with little money and a huge dream, the American dream. I knew that in America working hard will pay off, and the opportunities were endless.
"But what I didn’t know was the amount of support that I would get from every person that knew my hustle. I worked as an Uber driver 8 -10 hrs/day for 2 years, I worked on new year’s, holidays and weekends while building 2 startups in the U.S and Egypt."
Social media users react
When he posted his success story, his friend and well-wishers took to the comment section to congratulate him. Here are a few of the comments:
Richard Lowman said:
"Thank you for sharing. We do have great opportunities every day. You show that you can make something big with a dream, the passion, and the willingness to work hard. You have a very inspiring story. Best luck in the future in all you do."
Angie Lewandowski reacted:
"What an amazing story Nabil Khalifa!! That is so amazing. Congrats on everything! Would love to grab lunch with you one day my friend! Lucky to know you!"
Nigerian family granted Canadian citizenship
In a related story previously reported by Legit.ng, a Nigerian family became Canadian citizens.
The family identified as the Tunji family were joyous because of the feat they have achieved in a foreign land.
When their inspiring story was shared on LinkedIn, many people took to the comment section to celebrate with them