Afghan evacuees in the DC region have been waiting for months for cramped hotel rooms

After fleeing the Taliban in August and then jumping from refugee camp to refugee camp in several countries with very little to eat, Sadaqat said the stress of finding a stable home in the United States has been overwhelming. Every day, he said, his wife and 7-year-old daughter would ask when they could leave their cramped homes while he has gone berserk without his federal permission to seek work. That document, he said, was mistakenly sent to St. Louis. Louis.

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