2 years after Kabul's fall, Afghans who evacuated to the US are in limbo

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The US military helped tens of thousands of Afghans evacuate when the Taliban took over the country. But two years later, the ones that made it to the US face an uncertain future. Afghans, including those who served in the military, came into the country on humanitarian parole, which is temporary. KJZZ's Alisa Reznick says the long wait for asylum means they remain in limbo.

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