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No, thousands of ‘unvetted’ Afghans are not coming to the United States
"[I]t is in our interest as humans to protect those people.”
The US withdrawal from Afghanistan is a giant clusterf–k
This is the end.
These Afghan and Iraqi interpreters faced ‘life-threatening delays’ to get their US visas. They sued the government and won
Hundreds of former translators employed by the U.S. military have been killed in Iraq or Afghanistan while waiting for their visa applications to be processed
One State Wants To Help Refugees And Immigrants Who Aided US Troops Abroad Pay For College
Maytham Alshadood came to the U.S. and Colorado in 2008 after years of serving as a combat interpreter for American...
Evicted Days Before Christmas, This Iraqi Translator Was Saved By Those He Served Alongside
When he arrived in Colorado Springs, Colorado, on Dec. 7, with his wife, and five young children, Thomas, an Iraqi...
Why Is A Comedian The Only One Talking About The Plight Of Afghan Interpreters?
Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared on the Council on Foreign Relations’ Defense in Depth blog on Oct 23. If...