Cultural Resources - Information for Newcomers to the United States
Resources for U.S. newcomers and the people who support them. Guide developed collaboratively by the Aghan Educational Support Team in 2022. While some resources are specific to Afghan resettlement, many resources are useful for newcomers from a wide rang
Pro bono Afghan Legal Service (PALS) - USCRI is offering free legal assistance to Afghans under its PALS program. If you need help with your SIV applications, parole status, employment authorization documents, or other immigration legal matters, please contact us.
The United States is taking every available measure to assist Afghans who are at risk, particularly those who worked for or with the United States or have supported international efforts, and has established mechanisms to help Afghans at risk receive protection from potential retaliation or harm.
Information for Afghan Nationals including:
-- Temporary Protected Status
-- Information about Employment Authorization
-- Information for Afghan Nationals Relocated to the United States
-- Special Immigrant Visas
-- and more...
This page offers information in several languages on a variety of naturalization-related topics such as citizenship, Green Cards, employee verification, biometrics, how to report fraud and avoid immigration scams, and humanitarian programs. Resources available in many languages. If there are differences between English and another language, the English version is the official version. These resources are also available in American Sign Language, braille, and large print. For information in Spanish, please see our website in Spanish.
Links to Information for Afghan Nationals - USCIS (Espanol)
Los afganos con permiso humanitario que recibieron la Hoja Informativa de Permiso Humanitario para Afganos de parte del Servicio de Aduanas y Protección Fronteriza, y no fueron a los lugares administrados por el gobierno donde se brindan los servicios de vacunación, deben dar fe de su estatus de vacunación.