Life Isn’t a Sitcom—the Costs of Working with Americans in Afghanistan

Today’s SIV program grants former translators and other workers a visa, but little other assistance. Dropped in a new country with no credit score and a work history entirely based in Afghanistan, Afghans are left to fend for themselves, often falling prey to loan sharks or simply failing to find steady work.

Read my opinion piece with Najeeb Aminyar about the costs of working with Americans on Newsweek here.

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