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Like other Afghans we interviewed, leaving was Samim’s last resort.
He tried to work multiple jobs – selling his paintings, driving a taxi – but the economic downturn damaged his prospects.
While the decision to leave on a clandestine journey is drastic, many Afghans believe it will solve their problems.The returnees we spoke with said the loss of family ties and financial capital, combined with the security fears in Afghanistan, made it impossible to have a fresh start.Their experiences in Europe have left them feeling bitter.He fled to Europe, but was not granted asylum and has since returned to an isolated existence in Kabul.“Now, my friends have left, my parents have died and I live alone. Many young returnees are terrified to live on their own once back in Afghanistan, and told us of security threats that could prove fatal.