Pro bono attorneys assist Afghan immigrants with residency paperwork
Chicago lawyers are trying to help Afghan immigrants jump through the legal hoops required to apply for permanent residency — the treasured “green card.”
Vienna Hosts Crucial Talks on Afghan Refugee Crisis Amid Pakistan’s Expulsion Drive
Vienna hosts critical discussions on the Afghan refugee crisis as Pakistan intensifies its expulsion drive. Experts highlight the implications for Europe and the international community's response.
How the town of Harvard embraced Afghan refugees
Two families have lived in a historic house owned by the town for $1 a month. That’s been possible thanks to the generosity of the town and a group of volunteers.
A Tangled Path to Safety: The Struggle of 80,000 Afghans Awaiting U.S. Visas Amidst Bureaucratic Delay
Delve into the story of over 80,000 Afghans awaiting passage under the U.S. Special Immigrant Visa program. Learn about the delays, struggles, and hopes of those navigating the bureaucratic challenges of seeking refuge.
Boat with 27 Afghans capsizes
Panamanian security authorities have announced that as a result of a boat carrying 27 refugees, mostly Afghan citizens, capsizing on the shores of the Caribbean, at least five people have lost their lives.
IILA has helped 1000 Afghans
A drumbeat of controversy surrounds the discussion of immigration at America’s southern border. It’s drowned out a discussion of the Afghan refugees who been coming here since the fall of their country to the Taliban in August 2021.