Abdul Aziz family fled to Amman, Jordan, after insurgents kidnapped their son Fahed in Ramadi and threatened to rape their daughters. Fahed is still missing. Fahed’s oldest brother worked as a translator for American military which insurgents viewed as U.S. collaboration. After they registered with UNHCR office, they learned that the State Department does not resettle refugees from Iraq. More than 100,000 Iraqis have fled to Jordan after the invasion. Most left after they were kidnapped for ransom or feared being kidnapped, and others’ lives were threatened because of their work with the U.S. government. In Jordan, Iraqis aren’t allowed to work and Iraqi children aren’t allowed to attend public schools. Jordan gives Iraqis only a three month visa, after that time they have to pay a penalty for every day they stay in the country.