Because their parents live in the country, Afghan children are separated.
For a year, a father who was separated from his young children while in Afghanistan claimed he had no idea when his family would be reunited. The father, who has a British passport, claimed he was forced to stay in Afghanistan because the Taliban were in charge of the nation and he needed to protect his wife. Along with other family members, their three children moved to the UK in 2021, where they spent a year in a motel in Luton.
British citizens can apply for a spousal visa. When a bomb exploded at Kabul Airport in August 2021, the children—now aged nine, eleven, and thirteen—were separated from their parents.
After the US withdrawal, when the Taliban regained control of the city, thousands of people, mainly US and British personnel, went there to try to get out of the country.
The family had traveled to the airport together but were separated in the ensuing confusion, but the Afghan children managed to track down other family members and left their parents behind to travel to the UK this month. .
The father, who previously lived in the UK and already held a British passport, cannot be named. To keep the family together, she claimed she would have thought about sending her children back to Afghanistan, but felt they were better educated in the UK. was more important.
“The Afghan school is closed,” he announced. The father claimed that in order for his wife to obtain a UK visa, she would need to have a confirmed offer of employment in the country or proof of income, neither of which he could do. will be obtained from Afghanistan.