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Afghans interviewed reported constraints on their freedom of movement, lack of access to fair and effective refugee status determination and safe and legal pathways for onward movement, lack of adequate access to legal counsel, and inadequate education services for children. With no psychosocial support, many adults and children are suffering from depression and other mental health conditions. Living conditions have also deteriorated significantly, with detainees describing overcrowding, decay of infrastructure, and insect infestations.
Those interviewed said they were trying to apply for US resettlement but had not had fair and effective refugee status determination or other international protection procedures, or opportunities for onward movement. They said they had severely limited access to UAE or US consulate officials or other officials.
The UAE should immediately release Afghan evacuees, particularly detained children and their families. UAE authorities should ensure that Afghan evacuees all have access to fair and individualized processes for refugee status determination and protection needs, permit them to move freely and reside in the location of their choosing for the duration of their cases, and investigate human rights violations that have occurred in detention.
US government officials had indicated that Afghans who were evacuated to the UAE before August 31, 2021, were effectively guaranteed permission to enter the US if they passed medical and security checks, but those who arrived after that date were required to prove they qualify for a US visa or refugee status.
Afghans who arrive in the UAE and other countries intended as places of transit should be given access to timely refugee status determination and international protection procedures, including safe and dignified reception conditions, Human Rights Watch said.
The US government should leverage its influence with UAE authorities to urge the UAE to release detained Afghan evacuees, ensure they all have access to fair and individualized processes for assessing their legal status and protection needs, permit them to move freely and reside in the location of their choosing for the duration of their cases, and investigate human rights violations that have occurred in Humanitarian City. 59ce067264