Visas are running out for the US military's Afghan interpreters
Afghan interpreters risked their lives to work with the US military. Now a special visa program designed to give them sanctuary in the US is running out of visas.
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(Image: US Immigration inspectors check passports at Miami International Airport in Miami, Florida, 2002. Credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)