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Tens of thousands of Afghan evacuees made it to the US – here's how the resettlement process works

By Kathryn Libal, Director, Human Rights Institute, Associate Prof. Social Work and Human Rights, University of Connecticut
Scott Harding, Associate Professor of Social Work, University of Connecticut
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As of February 2022, some 65,000 Afghans evacuated during the American withdrawal from Afghanistan have settled in U.S. communities. Several hundred more remain on military bases in the U.S., while nearly 2,800 are still waiting on U.S. bases abroad.

The Biden administration, which aims to have all Afghan evacuees off domestic military…The Conversation

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