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The United States is facilitating the immigration of refugees to Afghanistan

US facilitates immigration to Afghanistan refugees. The Department of Homeland Security announced in Washington yesterday that about 70,000 Afghans who arrived in the United States on July 30 had easy access to various documents for residence permits, green cards and work permits.

The program, entitled “Welcome Allies”, offers a waiver of registration fees that can cost Afghan refugees several thousand dollars.

“By discounting simplified procedures and costs for them, we are opening up opportunities for our Afghan allies and helping them build a new life quickly in our country,” said Homeland Security Minister Alejandro Myorgas.

He recalled the “invaluable support” given to local Afghan staff during the 20-year US military operation in Afghanistan.

Linhard is currently missing a wave of refugees

Currently there are no refugee waves from Afghanistan to the surrounding areas. It was an insight gained by Foreign Minister Michael Linhardt (ÖVP) during his trip through Central Asia. However, according to Linhardt in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbek, the possibility is already there.

Winter is approaching, and people in Afghanistan need to “see how they eat”. So “site help” is important. For this to happen, it is necessary to cooperate with the surrounding countries. Linhardt currently travels to Central Asian countries such as Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, accompanied by a delegation from the Council of Trade (WKO).

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