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Our closest Afghan allies deserve better than what we’ve given them | The Hill

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The 2022 Afghan Adjustment Act (AAA), introduced in the 117th congressional session, is functionally dead, taking with it the prospect of a direct pathway to citizenship for the roughly 72,500 Afghan parolees in the U.S. 

Afghanistan’s former military allies lack a long-term visa despite being highly trained and culturally adaptable. Afghan SOF worked closely with U.S. military and civilian contractors; many of them bled for their now-unrecognizable country. This population must be central to a new, focused strategy that ultimately opens doors for further evacuation and resettlement. SOAA’s policy discussions with legislators indicate Congress wants to support policies for Afghan SOF, but it lacks quantitative data. Millions of dollars are available for resettlement plans that solve these problems. Without the data and focused, actionable advocacy efforts, mass policy change is dead on arrival. 




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