Tell Congress to help our Afghan allies and friends rebuild their lives in the U.S.
To this date, nearly 7,000 Afghan refugees have arrived at Camp Atterbury, IN, fleeing an imminent danger after Taliban took control of Afghanistan in the wake of American troops exiting the country. The Afghan evacuees will stay at the camp to complete their intake process, and then resettle in different cities in Indiana and other states. Most of the refugees hold “humanitarian parole” status, which is a temporary immigration relief status and does not ensure their eligibility for resettlement services. While communities have been so generous in providing financial support and in-kind donations, they still need additional resources to provide much needed services to the children, women and men who have been uprooted and forced from their homes due to their affiliation with American troops. Hence, we need your help to urge Congress to take action and help our Afghan allies and friends rebuild their lives in Indiana and other states.