The U.S. State Department launched a form yesterday for Afghan parolees to file to seek family reunification.
Additional Information: Afghan nationals can check this website, the U.S. Mission to Afghanistan website or the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website for information on how they can seek reunification.
BAL Analysis: The State Department launched the Afghan family reunification page to help Afghan families that are still separated and seeking reunification. Parolees should review the requirements listed on Form DS-4317 before filing to seek family reunification. BAL will continue to follow developments specifically affecting Afghan nationals and will provide updates as information becomes available.
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