Help Our Afghan Allies

  • Help Our Afghan Allies in Tennessee

    Thousands of families and individuals have been evacuated from Afghanistan in the past weeks as the U.S. ends its military mission there. Many Afghan civilians are especially at risk because they assisted the U.S. military or a U.S. based organization in Afghanistan. These evacuees are fleeing with little to no time to prepare, and it

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Help Now! Get Connected

Connecting with our resettlement partners is the most direct way you can help our Afghan allies in Tennessee. Contact forms to respond to the needs of evacuated Afghans are available at each resettlement organization in Tennessee. Connect with an agency near you today.


Information Guides

Afghan Allies and the Refugee Resettlement Program

This fact sheet addresses frequently asked questions about the evacuation of Afghanistan, including the processes in place to receive Afghans in a safe, secure manner and who to contact if you know someone who needs help evacuating Afghanistan.

Resettlement of Afghan Allies in Tennessee

This fact sheet reviews how Afghan Allies are being served in Tennessee, anticipated arrival numbers, an explanation of capacity assessments for each resettlement city, and more.

Update: Resettlement of Afghan Allies in Tennessee

This fact sheet provides an update on anticipated arrivals in Tennessee and an explanation of capacity assessments for each resettlement city.


Additional Links

Refugee Council USA : Afghanistan Response

U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants : Resources for Afghan Allies

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services : Afghan Related Information

Department of Homeland Security : Fact Sheet on Operation Allies Welcome

National Immigration Forum : Explainer: Humanitarian Parole and the Afghan Evacuation

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