Updated: Mar 25, 2022
Update as of January 2022:
THANK YOU GOD!!! & thank YOU all for your fervent prayers!!! Mountains we’re moved… Nash is in Nashville. 🧡😭🙏🏽 #NashToNashville
53 Days later, Nash has legally arrived in the US 🎉
More to come but we need a day or two as a FAMILY to breathe 💙❤️🇭🇹🇺🇸
Original Plea from the Wilson Family:
"We desperately need your help. On Monday, December 6, Nash had an appointment for a travel visa to the US. He was DENIED. Without going into detail, Haiti is dangerous and myLIFEspeaks has been forced to make the request for all US Staff working in Haiti to evacuate. Missy and Nash are still behind because he can not travel legally to the US at this time.
If you would like to help us with the journey on Nash, here’s how. It is now going to require congressional help. We have people moving on our behalf but the more voices the more urgency. Feel free to reach out if you feel so inclined.
Please consider calling or sending an email on our behalf to both of your Senators and your member of Congress with the email we created below (especially for those in TN where the Wilson's reside!) We’ve done all we can to make it as simple as possible for you to do so. We are continually told the best way to get things moving is to have congressional help. WE NEED YOU."
Thank you for your help,
-Mike, Missy, and Nash
Timeline of how Nash got to the States
How did we get Nash to the states?
Nash’s journey to the US began on November 7, 2021, when we had 2 employees kidnapped for ransom on their way to pick up Mike & Missy at the airport.
Nash went via helicopter from the village to Port au Prince and met Missy, where they stayed in a secure hotel for 41 days.
During that time, Missy worked overtime to secure:
Final paperwork and new Haitian residency booklets for her and Mike (Permis de Sejour)
Nash’s official Legal Guardianship paperwork naming Mike and Missy his official guardians