With Trump’s Return to the White House, Thousands of Afghan Citizens Will Face Eviction

Bayan News – The New York Times, in its recent report, delves into the settlement of thousands of Afghan refugees in the United States, stating that if Donald Trump, the former President of the United States, wins again, Afghans residing in the country will face eviction.

This American media report was published on Monday, November 12th, stating that the immigration policies of Donald Trump’s first term presidency will be tougher than before and will result in the expulsion of millions of immigrants in the country, including Afghans.

The New York Times prepared this report on Donald Trump’s immigration plans for 2025 based on interviews with several of his advisors.

The report states that under Trump’s policies, many refugees who have received temporary permission to live in the United States for humanitarian reasons will lose this opportunity.

The media outlet further reported that Trump is trying to revive his first-term immigration policies, including the ban on citizens from certain Muslim-majority countries.

However, after the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan on August 15, 2021, the United States relocated thousands of vulnerable Afghans and their American allies to the country.

Even after two years, a large number of Afghan citizens are still waiting in Pakistan to receive humanitarian visas from the US government.

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