Afghan Citizens Loyal to America Were Transferred from Afghanistan to Washington with Their Families

Washington: 200 Afghan nationals and their families working for the United States were flown to Washington from Afghanistan by a special plane.

According to the international news agency, the process of evacuation of loyal Afghan citizens and their families from Afghanistan has also begun. Afghan nationals working for the United States also protested in Kabul for the transfer to the United States because of the risk to their lives.

A U.S. Department of Homeland Security document and flight tracker show that 221 people, including 57 children and 15 infants, were dropped off at Washington's Dulles Airport on a special flight in the first shipment. More flights are expected to relocate Afghan nationals to the United States.

Just last week, President Joe Biden hastily approved ڈالر 100 million in funding for the relocation and resettlement of Afghans and their families working for the United States, up from 20 million. 

The first batch of 2,500 Afghan nationals and their families are expected to be stationed at the US military base in Fort Lee, Virginia, by the end of this month, where they will await the final processing of their visa applications. Will do

U.S. law allows immigrants to reside in the United States who have assisted the United States, but the number of such special visas was very small. Approved to extend to.

On July 24, CNN claimed that Sohail Pardes, a translator for the US military, was abducted and beheaded by the Taliban in Kabul just before Eid. But he was going to the village to pick up his sister.

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