Immigration, a constant throughout human history, has evolved into a contemporary phenomenon shaped by geopolitical conflicts, persecution, and economic adversity. The case of Afghanistan stands out as a compelling subject for immigration studies, given its century-long history of complex migration and the large diaspora resettled across the globe. The enduring conflict in Afghanistan has precipitated significant migration and internal displacement. With the fall of the country to the Taliban in August 2021, Afghanistan witnessed another wave of mass exodus, intensifying the global challenge of immigration. This paper concentrates on the immigration and integration challenges confronted by Afghan immigrants in Washington State, United States of America (U.S.), contributing to the existing literature on modern immigration issues through a survey-based analysis of their resettlement experiences.

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