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Raghad Saleh's father, Abu Bakr Saleh, stocks soft drinks during his shift at Saabis Groceries, a corner market in Bayview Hunterspoint, on Wednesday, January 26, 2022, in San Francisco, Calif. Saleh, who's originally from Yemen, usually works six days a week, sometimes seven, and rarely sees his family. "I'm happy I bring my family here. I'm lucky because I stay with my kids. But I work too hard because (it's) expensive here," Sales said. "It's too expensive here and I can't save money and I stay in a bad location also. I work 85 hours a week. If I want to take a vacation, I can't buy rent. No money. It's too much. I work too hard." Saleh's 11-year-old daughter, Raghad, was stuck in Egypt in 2020 when her family moved to San Francisco from Yemen due to Visa problems. She was recently attacked by a stranger on her walk to school.