To halt the expulsion of 25,000 Afghans from Pakistan, the US government maintains continuous communication with the interim government in that country.
Regarding this, the American Embassy in Islamabad has issued letters of identification and set up a hotline to protect these Afghans.
These are the people who, either before or after the Taliban took control of Kabul, fled Afghanistan and sought safety in Pakistan.
According to statements made by American officials, the country’s top priority is ensuring the safety of those who are willing to immigrate to the United States but are in danger. Pakistan and the United States share a mutual interest in ensuring their safety and rehabilitation.
Ter Juman Jonathan responded to a questionnaire sent to the US Embassy by stating that the Pakistani government is carrying out a plan to forcibly remove Afghan refugees who do not have a valid reason to remain in Pakistan.
But American Ambassador Bloom got in touch with Caretaker Foreign Minister Jalil Abbas Jilani and Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar just before and after the deadline.
American estimates place the number of eligible Afghans for US immigration and resettlement at 25,000. These numbers include a variety of groups, such as American forced asylum seekers and their families.