Do you have an approved visa? Then you must complete the Repatriation Assistance Request from the U.S. Embassy.
Do you want to check the status of the Special Immigration Visa you applied for? Use this link to do so, but it only works if your case number starts with “KBL.”
If you have not applied for a visa, but think you may be eligible for one, please use these resources:
If you do not believe you are eligible for an SIV or Family Reunification Visa, please read the guidance by the Refugee Processing Center regarding the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program Instructions for Afghan Priority 2 (P2) visa.
Those who do not qualify for the SIV program, but have nonetheless helped the U.S. during its time in Afghanistan, can take advantage of a "Priority 2" or "P2" designation, which was created in August 2021. The P2 designation is available to those who, unlike their Priority 1 (P1) counterparts, did not meet the minimum "time in service" eligibility requirement for the SIV program but still "work or worked as employees of contractors, locally-employed staff, interpreters/translators" for the U.S. government, U.S. or NATO forces; were employees of a U.S. government-funded program or project in Afghanistan supported through a U.S. government grant or cooperative agreement; or were employed in Afghanistan by a U.S.-based media organization or nongovernmental organization. The goal of the P2 program is to expand access beyond the SIV program to those whom the State Department has designated as eligible "by virtue of their circumstances and apparent need for resettlement." To qualify for P2 status, however, Afghans must get themselves out of Afghanistan, as the U.S. will not start processing them as refugees until they are in another country.
Finally, you can also look for similar programs run by other countries in addition to those in the United States.
Compilation of Resources for Afghans in country, in-transit, or resettled in the United States.