At least 1,550 children came to the United States as Unaccompanied Afghan Minors after the fall of Kabul. Two years later, the trauma of that separation is a constant ache for these children. Many of them are still waiting to reunite with their families.
The Afghan Adjustment Act would significantly help the children we serve and the thousands of other Afghan refugees who were quickly relocated out of danger two years ago.
Please join KIND today and urge your members of Congress to pass the bipartisan Afghan Adjustment Act quickly to bring safety and security to the innocent children separated from their family and homeland.