If you have questions, requests or need support, please see these resources below:
If you are eligible for an SIV, P-2 designation, or humanitarian parole and are in Afghanistan OR are a friend or family member of an eligible SIV, P-2, or humanitarian parole:
Make a safety plan:
- Identify a place where you can be safe, at least temporarily.
- Identify an outside person to notify about the specifics of your whereabouts.
- Identify another safe place to go if the situation at the initial place of safety changes.
If you are a U.S. citizen in Afghanistan OR asking for guidance on behalf of U.S. citizens in Afghanistan:
- Submit Repatriation Assistance Request via the U.S. Embassy Kabul online. Those eligible for repatriation assistance are U.S. citizens, or spouses or minors of U.S. citizens awaiting visas.
- If you need additional assistance, email or call the Task Force for Consular Affairs for Afghanistan at ATF-TF1@groups.state.gov or +001-202-647-7400
If you are SIV eligible or a family member reaching out on behalf of an eligible SIV:
While there is no guarantee that there will be a speedy reply, fill out an inquiry for the U.S. Embassy in Kabul with a clear and specific request.
If you are P2 eligible or have questions related to the US Refugee Assistance Program:
Please email USRAPAfghanInquiries@state.gov.
If you want information about resettling not in the United States:
If you are, or are reaching out on behalf of a high-profile woman or women’s rights activist:
Email the State Department’s Office of Global Women’s Issues, which has a list devoted specially to evacuating women and girls: SGWI_AfghanReferrals@state.gov.
If you have a friend or family member in Afghanistan who is trying to evacuate:
Contact your Senator or Representative in Congress! Many Senators and House members are gathering lists of Afghans in need of evacuation, and passing along information to relevant contacts at the State Department. Find your House representative’s office contact here and your Senator’s office contact here.