Analysis: Afghan Population in U.S. Explodes, Majority Live on Welfare

The Afghan pop­u­la­tion in the Unit­ed States has explod­ed in recent decades as a major­i­ty of Afghan immi­grants in the U.S. live on at least one major form of wel­fare, fund­ed by Amer­i­can taxpayers.
New analy­sis from the Cen­ter for Immi­gra­tion Stud­ies (CIS) reveals that the num­ber of Afghans liv­ing in the U.S. has shot up to 133,000 in 2019 — more than three times the 44,000 Afghans who lived in the U.S. before the start of the Afghanistan War in 2001.
Cal­i­for­nia remains home to the largest Afghan pop­u­la­tion in the U.S. with about 54,000 Afghans resid­ing in the state, while about 24,000 live in Vir­ginia and 10,000 live in Texas.
(Cen­ter for Immi­gra­tion Studies)
(Cen­ter for Immi­gra­tion Studies)

“We also found that a large fac­tion, by no …


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