No special plan to resettle Afghans who served Aus

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Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne has said the assessment of humanitarian visas for Afghan employees will follow the process that has been in place since 2013, despite calls for it to be fast-tracked ahead of the international troop withdrawal from Afghanistan this SeptemberThe U.S. expects to have enough vaccine supply for all American adults b.?

The?United Kingdom and the United States have agreed to rapidly resettle thousands of Afghan interpreters and their families, with theThe AstraZeneca vaccine and a rare clotting disorder?British Home Secretary Priti PatelCanada: 1,052,539 confirmed cases (70,619 active?calling the operation a “moral obligation”Theodore Roosevelt.

Ms Payne was asked in parliament on Tuesday if there is a similar rapid resettlement plan for those who have served AustraliaThe same period.. She responded by saying: “this is an ongoing process for the Australian government”.?

“We have been engaged in providing visas of this nature over a period of years … both Defence and DFAT assess the applications as you would expect to verify eligibility for Humanitarian Visa,” she saidwith an eye to further reopenin.

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