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Afghanistan

Afghan boy reunited with his family on his fifth birthday!

by: Cat Cooke, Miles4Migrants Marketing and Content Manager. Source Ellmarjan and Joachim Anckaert, Steunpunt Asiel. Ellmarjan, Arsh’s father, worked for four years as a translator for the American army. At one point, the Taliban asked him to leak information, but he refused and told them he’d never cooperate with them. After he and his family …

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“My name is Jan. I was born and raised in Afghanistan…” – A Special Immigrant Visa Holder’s Story

by: Jan, an Afghan Special Immigrant Visa holder resettled in the U.S. “Everything in my life changed when I started working with the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) and US forces in Afghanistan as an interpreter and cultural advisor. People like me working in this capacity made a huge difference by connecting local communities and …

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Khalil’s Story

It was a warm welcome at the airport after three years being separated. For [brothers] Khalil and Shah it was the first time they met each other! Shah was born half a year after Khalil left his family…

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