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Community Assists in Resettling Afghan Evacuees

Community Assists in Resettling Afghan Evacuees

Our Interview with a family of American green card holders finally reunited.

Our Interview with a family of American green card holders finally reunited. The harrowing escape of a mom and her… MORE

Gunshots at the airport and tents in Germany. Hear one family’s journey out of Afghanistan

https://www.cnn.com/videos/world/2021/10/01/afghanistan-escape-family-reunion-philadelphia-keilar-newday-vpx.cnn  

Philly is stepping up to help Afghans in a big way | Morning Newsletter

Linda Brock (left) and Adele Margulies organizing donations to HIAS Pennsylvania on Thursday afternoon at the Main Line Reform Temple… MORE

Afghans living under the Taliban and resettling in the U.S.

  Afghans living under the Taliban and resettling in the U.S.

How much is a life worth? Refugee advocates ask Biden to waive fees for fleeing Afghans

“In an essay for WHYY, a public radio station in Philadelphia, Cathryn Miller-Wilson, executive director of HIAS Pennsylvania, highlighted example of… MORE

Why the U.S. government should waive fees for Afghan refugees seeking humanitarian parole

Why the U.S. government should waive fees for Afghan refugees seeking humanitarian parole  

How to help Afghan refugees: Where you can volunteer, donate, and more in Philadelphia

HIAS Pennsylvania, which is also based in Philly, also suggests some options for folks who want to volunteer: Help resettle… MORE

Opinion: USCIS must waive fees for Afghan refugees

Opinion: USCIS must waive fees for Afghan refugees

First Afghan families arriving in Philly as resettlement agencies prepare for a surge of newcomers

“So much depends on how many people we get out, and how quickly we do it,” said Cathryn Miller-Wilson, executive… MORE