Vaden Earle has celeb billionaire Richard Branson running a blog in his nook.
He has a documentary movie crew onside.
He has a guide deal within the works, too.
And he has heaps and plenty of information footage of himself buttonholing Justin Trudeau and Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen, prodding them to behave.
What he doesn’t have is his 14-year-old adoptive daughter Widlene, who regardless of 10 years of effort, stays stranded within the Dominican Republic.
“None of it issues, as a result of she’s nonetheless caught,” he says.
So, for that matter, are thousands and thousands of different stateless folks around the globe. That’s the larger story, says Earle.
He was in Victoria this week, the place a number of native enterprise varieties have develop into the newest recruits to his drive to deliver Widlene to Canada and to discover a place on the planet for many who discover themselves with no nation.
The story goes again to 2009, when humanitarians Vaden and Christal Earle started the method of adopting Widlene, whose Haitian refugee mom — whom they’d met as she scavenged a Dominican Republic rubbish dump for meals — had simply died.
The adoption course of was going tremendous — it was OK’d in each Canada and…