This includes British nationals and their families, Afghans who worked for the UK, and people identified as high-risk.
This includes British nationals and their families, Afghans who worked for the UK, and people identified as high-risk, such as women’s rights campaigners, journalists and members of the LGBT+ community.
A separate up-to-date total for the number of Afghan refugees who have arrived in the UK was not given.
The total includes about 15,000 people who were evacuated during Operation Pitting, the initial British military rescue mission.
約 5,000 people have been brought to safety since the evacuation in August last year.
And about 2,000 locally employed Afghan staff and their families were taken out of the country before Operation Pitting under the Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy (アラビア語), which launched in April 2021.
これまでのところ, 10,000 people have been brought to the UK under Arap.
An up-to-date total was not provided for the number of Afghan refugees who have arrived in the UK under the separate Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme (ACRS), which launched in January 2022.
現時点では, the Government said about 6,500 people had been brought to safety during and after Operation Pitting, and had received leave to remain under the scheme. This remains the latest publicly available figure.
The Government has pledged to resettle more than 5,000 people under ACRS in the first year of the scheme and up to 20,000 over the coming years.
Updates on arrivals under both schemes are due to be included in a future publication of the Government’s quarterly immigration statistics.