To facilitate the issuance of visas to Afghans, the US government has recently introduced three new exemptions for Afghans that make it easier for Afghans to enter the United States.
Under the new US government facility, Afghans who have not voluntarily participated in terrorist activities can take the first steps without having to worry about their visa application being rejected.
Only those who have been members and operators of terrorist organizations are not allowed to enter the United States. The request of these persons will be automatically rejected before the investigation of the US Department of Homeland Security.
A number of Afghans who were employees of the previous government, and who have been forced to work under the Taliban government for the past 10 months, will be exempt from sanctions, and their US visa applications will be approved.
The second category, which includes the exemption law, is those who have paid the Taliban government to obtain a passport, pass a checkpoint, or the like. Although any payment to the Taliban means support for terrorism, the United States provided an opportunity for them to apply for US visas by exempting them.
The third exemption includes irresponsible fighters against the Taliban government who have been directly fighting the Taliban for the past 10 months.