Before August 2021, most people in the United States had never heard the term “Special Immigrant Visa,” let alone knew anything about the long and complex process by which individuals who served the U.S. military for two or more years can apply to legally immigrate to the United States through the SIV program. Combined Arms has served SIVs, Allies, and their family members in Houston for years and, with your support, we will continue to serve this community long after the current media cycle ends.
4,500 Afghans - Special Immigrant Visa holders (SIVs,) individuals on humanitarian parole, and their family members - are expected to arrive in Texas in the coming weeks. Demand for our support has never been higher and we are committed to scaling our efforts to meet the immediate and emerging needs of our Afghan SIVs and allies in the years ahead - but we need your help.
Can we count on your support?
With just a few clicks you can help provide newly-arrived SIVs and their families with essential goods and supplies as they embark on their new lives in the U.S.
Moving to a new country is challenging under the best of circumstances. SIVs and their families generally arrive in the U.S. with nothing more than the clothes on their back and need help securing day-to-day essentials including:
Bedding & Housewares
Toys & Baby Gear
Gift Cards for Transportation, Meals & More