Four young Afghan women stand together linking arms and leaning on each other. Each women wears a striped headscarf.

Action for Afghans

Join IRAP’s efforts to bring displaced Afghans to safety!

Contact Your Elected Officials

Voice your support for displaced Afghan people and urge your elected officials to take bold, decisive action to bring as many people as possible to safety!

Become a Supporter

IRAP staff are working around the clock to respond to urgent requests for assistance and information. Your support can help IRAP increase our capacity to provide critical legal services to displaced Afghan people!

Share Resources

If you know someone who needs help, you can share our Legal Resources for Afghans with them! We will continually be updating this page, and the guides on our Legal Information website ( are available in Dari and Pashto.

A group of people are gathered in an airport arrivals hall to welcome an Afghan refugee family. They hold U.S. flags and yellow roses.

Client Story

After her husband was murdered by the Taliban for his service to the U.S. Embassy and military, Naimah* knew that if she did not get out of Afghanistan immediately, she and her children would meet a similar fate. Though her husband had been in the final stages of his visa process, Naimah and her children had no clear pathway to safety. IRAP staff, alongside supporters, partner organizations, and members of IRAP’s Touro Law Center chapter, successfully advocated for the family to receive Humanitarian Parole in the United States, where they now live safely.

An Afghan mother holds her child's hand as they walk through an airport after landing in the United States.