More than 20 Afghans who were deported from Austria and Sweden arrived in Kabul on Wednesday.
The deportees said they were forcibly ousted from the two European countries.
Some of them said they had family members whose asylum applications were accepted but that they were deported.
Wazir Husain, one of the deported refugees, said he had lived in Austria for five years and that his son and wife are still there but he was forcibly sent back to Afghanistan by the Austrian police.
According to him, his life is in danger in Afghanistan as he has documents which show he will once again be attacked by some individuals.
“I went there (to Austria) legally and I married there. I lost everything I had there and now I don’t have anything and I don’t know where to go,” Husain said.
Another Afghan refugee, Asadullah Yaqubi, said he had been held in custody for 14 months.
“I have no money and no family in Afghanistan. I was in custody, I had an attorney. I was told that we will be taken to another camp but we were directly taken to the plane,” he said.
“I was there (in Sweden) for two years. I studied there, I did not commit any crimes but despite that I was deported,” said Mohammad, another Afghan refugee.
The International Organization for Migration has confirmed that 20 Afghan refugees were deported and arrived back on Wednesday.