Most Afghanistan Evacuees Are Seeking Asylum. They Probably Don’t Qualify, and Won’t Be Easily Deported

Most Afghanistan Evacuees Are Seeking Asylum. They Probably Don’t Qualify, and Won’t Be Easily Deported


With more than 100,000 citizens of Afghanistan airlifted into the United States in the wake of the country’s capitulation to the Taliban, the Biden administration has finally begun to reckon with the actual identity of those moved from the country.

Analysis of Kabul evacuees confirms that only a small percentage of the migrants are already eligible for US residency through the Special Immigrant Visa process, a demographic expanded through including those in the process of applying for an SIV. Some statistics indicate that as many as 88% of those airlifted from Kabul qualify as asylum seekers rather than SIV applicants, holders or US citizens.

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The commanding general of the United States Northern Command, General Glen VanHerck,

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