I am from Afghanistan, from the Kunduz province. I studied law in the university of my home town because I love the practice of law and helping people. I started working as a judge for the government of my country when I was just 24 years old.
I loved my job and I felt that i was useful to my country and my people, but one day I had to leave because the Taliban were threatening me and my family due to the fact I was working for the government. I had to send my family to Pakistan on the 5th of June 2015 to keep them safe and I decided to follow my dreams going to England.
I paid an agency €8.000 to take me to Europe, I crossed loads of countries Iran, Turkey, Greece, Macedonia, Serbia, Croatia, Austria, Germany and then I arrived in Paris. It took 2 months traveling by bus, by train and walking. Since then I’ve been in ‘the jungle’ of Calais for 5 months waiting to cross the border to England.
I live in a caravan with no electricity or water, but everything is worth it if may one day make it to England to keep studying, learning and helping people my knowledge. I just want to be free and safe and be able to help my family to survive.