According to three US officials ,The US is considering to send some of the Afghan evacuees now at a US military base in Kosovo back to Afghanistan if they cannot clear the vetting process to come to the US.
A return to Afghanistan is only one option , and it comes with difficult legal questions, but it is being considered as US officials have yet to develop an overall plan for how to handle the challenge of where to resettle Afghans if they do not clear the US security clearance process.
The rushed and chaotic evacuation from Afghanistan in the final weeks of August sent the US government scrambling to establish sites across Europe and the Middle East to process tens of thousands of evacuees.
About 70,000 have come to the United States, others have been cleared to go to partner third countries, and those whose cases need more extensive vetting are being transferred to Camp Bondsteel in eastern Kosovo.
The number of evacuees at the base is small — roughly 200 individuals, including family members, according to a source familiar, and the administration has an agreement with the government of Kosovo to house them there for up to a year.
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