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Posted inHOUSING

Minnesota’s embrace of Afghan refugees has turned into a crisis: many are facing eviction because government rental assistance expires after six months.

Many Afghan refugees said they can’t pay their rent because they face language barriers and can’t find jobs. The federal government pays for their first six months’ rent, and refugees must take over payments from there. Several local organizations are scrambling to keep refugees off the streets.