A KIAC client and their sibling worked for the US government in Afghanistan and had a long history of being in opposition to the Taliban. When the US withdrew from Afghanistan, our client and their sibling were able to get out. The spouse and children of our client’s sibling are still in Afghanistan, most likely in danger.KIAC and our client are applying for humanitarian parole for this family who was left behind.

Accredited Representative Bev

This immigration legal matter is being handled by one of our skilled volunteer Accredited Representatives, Bev, who will walk through each step of this long and uncertain process alongside our client and their family.

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Because of the generosity of our supporters, KIAC is able to provide this immigration legal representation on a sliding scale, and in some cases pro bono basis — making representation accessible and affordable to our clients.

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