Santa Ana : Visa OKd for Sister of Accident Victim
A humanitarian visa has been approved for the Filipino sister of a Santa Ana mother of two small children who lost the use of her legs in an automobile accident last summer, according to Rep. Robert K. Dornan (R-Garden Grove).
Dornan’s Washington office said the congressman helped Elisa Solomon of the Philippines obtain the visa in order to help her sister, Estrella Still, care for her children following the accident.
Dornan intervened with the Immigration and Naturalization Service in response to pleas from Still’s elderly parents and the UCI Medical Center.
Still, who is confined to a wheelchair, was forced to move into her parents’ mobile home with her two children after the accident, Dornan’s office said.