Dear Afghan SIVs:

IFF ( Interpreting Freedom Foundation ) is Pleased to Publicize That, We have Started Our Effort and We Are Enchanting It Very Seriously Working Hard to Find Solution For All The Complications You Have and Will I n The Future. Whether You Are in Afghanistan and/or Living In State.
Interpreting Freedom Foundation (IFF) is a Non-Profit Organization led by Military Special Operation Interpreters that seeks to ease the pain of decades of service for Interpreters to honor their service and remember their sacrifice. IFF combines the skills and experience of former military interpreters with comprehensive community resources to create a diverse support system for interpreters and their families.


Provide financial support, gifts, and donations to families of fallen.
Partner with veteran service organizations to provide help for those suffering from PTSD or other injuries sustained in the time of service.
Collaborate with relief organizations to assist with employment, education, transportation, and housing resources.
Provide guidance with Special Immigration Visa Program and help connect troops with interpreters.
Advocate for the needs of interpreters to the U.S Federal Government.

Below Are Our Contact Details. Please DO NOT Hesitate to Contact Us Regarding Following Issues You Have, SIV Case Guidances, Finding Your Supervisors While You have Worked in Afghanistan, Finding Jobs in State, Need Help With Your Resume and Cover Letter And etc,

Zia Ghafoori ( Booya )
IFF CEO/Founder
Phone: +1 (571) 494 2107

Zoby Pardis
IFF Admin/Board Director
Phone: +1 (916) 588 5420

Happy Memorial Day !

IFF Wishes This Peaceful Event and Will Always Remember Our Heroes. We THANK YOU So Much For Your Service.

Memorial Day is an American holiday, observed on the last Monday of May, honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. Memorial Day 2019 occurs on Monday, May 27. 

Originally known as Decoration Day, it originated in the years following the Civil War and became an official federal holiday in 1971. Many Americans observe Memorial Day by visiting cemeteries or memorials, holding family gatherings and participating in parades. Unofficially, it marks the beginning of the summer season.