Gov. Hochul Says Afghan Refugees to Resettle in NYS Over Next Few Months

Afghan Refugees Arrive At Dulles Airport After US Pulls Out Final Troops

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Governor Hochul says Afghan refugees will be resettling in cities across New York over the next few months.

The U.S. Department of State's Afghan Placement and Assistance Program says there are going to be up to 1,143 people who left that country recently arriving in the Empire State. They'll be placed in their new homes by March 31st and up to 100 of them will be living in Albany. The Office for New Americans has a hotline that can connect refugees to free services across the state and it can be reached by calling 1-800-566-7636.

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