+ Podcast: Afghan interpreter now a target for Taliban
The nonprofit No One Left Behind
, which works to help interpreters secure visas, says several hundred Afghan interpreters and their family members have already been killed since 2001 because of their association with American forces.
You can listen to the podcast here
with a local man, whom the Americans called Reggie, who says he's now in constant fear at his home in Kabul.
There are roughly 40 interpreters, electricians and drivers who worked with NZDF and aid charities over the last 20 years, asking for visas to bring them and their families to safety here.