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Policy Brief: At Home and Abroad, Afghans Need Protections Two Years After Taliban Takeover

By USCRI August 22, 2023

To mark the two-year anniversary of the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, policy analyst Daniel Salazar summarizes the successes and failures in U.S. policies to protect at-risk Afghans, including U.S. refugee admissions, special immigrant visas, the Afghan Adjustment Act proposed in Congress, asylum, re-parole, Temporary Protected Status, and Special Student Relief.

Click here to read the full Policy & Advocacy Report by USCRI.

This week’s Policy and Advocacy Report serves as a preview of a larger forthcoming report from USCRI: “After Our Allies Were Welcomed: Chronicling the Afghan Resettlement Response Since 2021.” USCRI will host a hybrid event to launch the report on September 12 in Washington, D.C.

Stay tuned for more information on this report, including how you can join our launch event. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please reach out to policy@uscrimail.org.


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