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Ali’s father was a teacher, but the Lebanese government does not allow him to practice his profession. As a Syrian refugee, he can only work in agriculture, construction and the environment. Yet to work in these areas he would need a residence permit costing US $200 a year. Unable to afford it, he spent days sitting in the camp waiting for an informal job as a farm worker. « I feel very frustrated at not being able to support my family, and when I go out I am afraid of being captured as an undocumented worker by the Lebanese authorities. »
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