Grant asylum to Afghans who helped United States

Roughly 18,000 of them have applied for special immigrant visas, the State Department reports. But that process could take years — years these people don’t have. They’re under constant threat from the Taliban already, and it’ll only get worse when the Yankees go marching home.

Grant Asylum To Afghans Who Helped United States

The New York Post – by Post Editorial Board

With US forces set to exit Afghanistan by Sept. 11, President Joe Biden has a clear duty to offer refuge to all translators and other Afghans who went out on a limb to help the Americans during the war.

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