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Issues That Matter:

The tens of thousands of Afghans arriving in the U.S. need a pathway to real and lasting safety. Most Afghans are arriving with humanitarian parole, which only temporarily allows people fleeing danger to remain in the U.S. These Afghans will need to find another pathway to safety once their parole expires.

To ensure that Afghans find real, lasting safety in the U.S., Congress must pass the Afghan Adjustment Act, which would allow Afghan humanitarian parolees to seek legal permanent residence in the U.S.

Act now.

Join us in urging the Biden administration to support, welcome, and protect our Afghan sisters and ensure they have the inalienable rights to life, liberty, and happiness. In the past few months, Americans have demonstrated incredible support for our Afghan allies. Let us extend that support and empowerment to the thousands of women and girls who need it.

Act now.

Urge the Biden Administration to Protect Afghans Who Have Been Left Behind

Join us and send a message to President Biden today! Urge the Administration to provide urgent humanitarian protections, including re-opening consular services, creating a pathway forward for Afghan allies currently in third countries, and establishing protections for the vulnerable women and children still in Afghanistan.

Raise your voice.

Urge President Biden and Congress to Protect Afghan Allies

Send a message to President Biden and Congress today! Urge them to provide urgent humanitarian protections, including evacuation for those who have put their lives on the line for our country and expansion and expedited access to the U.S. resettlement program for Afghan refugees.

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