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As Many as 12,500 Afghans Remain Stationed on Military Sites, the White House Is Seeking to Speed Up the Process of Resettling Them.

Thousands of Afghan refugees remain on American military facilities nearly six months after the US withdrew from the nation, awaiting visas to find permanent residences and jobs.

According to statistics received by the source and validated by the Department of Homeland Security, 10,000 Afghans dwell on different military locations around the United States as of this week.

Over 2,500 people live on US military outposts around the world, including in Qatar.

The Emir of Qatar will pay a visit to the White House on Monday to discuss plans to return Afghan refugees to the United States.

“There is more work to be done,” a National Security Council spokesman tells the source.

As Many as 12,500 Afghans Remain Stationed on Military Sites, the White House Is Seeking to Speed Up the Process of Resettling Them.
As Many as 12,500 Afghans Remain Stationed on Military Sites, the White House Is Seeking to Speed Up the Process of Resettling Them.

“That is why we are exploring a variety of innovations to streamline the resettlement process and eliminate redundancies while maintaining the robust health, screening, and vetting processes that protect our homeland and American communities.”

According to a White House source, Congress has so far allocated $13 billion for Operation Allies Welcome.

Approximately 65,000 Afghans who landed in the United States have left military camps and lived permanently in local towns.

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