Three years ago, at age 19, Giovanna Serrano fled her home country Venezuela in search of better life opportunities in Brazil. Despite having no legal documents and not knowing Portuguese, Serrano landed a volunteer position, immersed herself in the language, and was eventually granted refugee status.
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