Currently, the Biden administration has said that they are looking for ways to ease the ability for Afghan refugees to seek better passage here in the U.S. However, they have also struggles to provide any permanent legal status for these Afghan refugees, likely meaning that within as little as two years they may be deported back to their country. This also means that a short percentage has been able to receive any form of humanitarian parole in the United since the start of the refugee settlement crisis.
Due to this, the U.S. efforts as whole have begun to seek emergency aid for these resources in other allied countries such as the U.A.E, where they are holding at least three thousand Afghan refugees. However, even these hosts are concerned about the longevity og the crisis at hand.
For many agencies involved in this crisis, they are beginning to feel extremely overwhelmed and concerned also for the moving Afghan families and their integration to American communities. Many are reliant on additional resources and settlement programs upon which are currently debated. What is certain is that they are stressed and worried about their future living here in the U.S. as a whole.
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