Mr. Francis C. Khuc, a twenty-year employee of VAI, is the project coordinator for our Adjustment and Citizenship Program. Francis earned a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Letters in Saigon, and served in the Republic armed forces. His last rank was Major; he also served as a battalion Commander. In 1967, he was sent to the Defense Languages Institute in San Antonio, TX to improve his English. He graduated from the US Armor School in Ft. Knox, KY in 1968. Like so many Vietnamese refugees, after the fall of Saigon, he was detained in a re-education camp for 11 years. VAI’s Adjustment Program, which serves as a catch-all provider of information, translation, interpretation, mediation, and counseling services, has given Francis broad experience and expertise in a variety of areas from welfare to immigration. Francis is also the Editor-in-Chief of the VAI monthly magazine.
Francis C. Khuc
Adjustment Program Manager / Editor, NVI Magazine