Bilal Bashir

Billy, as everyone calls him, has been with Council of Refugee Women in Bulgaria for almost 2 years. He came to Bulgaria from Lebanon in the distant 1980s to study medicine. Due to health reasons he interrupted his studies in the third year and graduated from the Billy, as everyone calls him, works with CRWB for almost two years. He came to Bulgaria from Lebanon long time ago, in 1980, willing to study medicine. During his third year, he had to drop his studies for health reasons, so he graduated later on from the Medical College in Sofia, obtaining a degree for a lab technician. His fate took another direction, so he never actually practiced this job. He started his own business instead, for passport and visa services in Arabic. His colleagues define him as dedicated and kind, because he faces the needs of each and every migrant with an open heart and a gentle smile. He believes every effort and struggle is worth, if you see the happy face of someone who is grateful and contented at the end of the day. Billy enjoys observing political analyses from all over the world during the weekend. His idea of time well spent is to be with his friends, who love him for his positive attitude and sense of humor.

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