This parole is not a U.S. admission.Maybe their NIV applications have been refused under INA 214(b) in Kabul.The NSA/National Computer Security Center made this parole request via DOS CA/VO – DHS -USCIS International Operations Division. The grant of this parole was only for a set period of time that matches with the length of the global robotics competition in DC.The NSA may request “Afghan all girls robotic team” be re-paroled.http://wtop.com/national/2017/07/allowed-in-by-trump-afghan-girls-robotics-team-lands-in-dc/slide/1/
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