Another plan will see up to 5,000 Afghans qualified in the principal year.
Be that as it may, Ms Patel told the BBC it will “set aside effort” to set up the plan and “we can’t convey this all alone”.
Ladies, young ladies and strict and different minorities, who are all things considered danger from the Taliban, will be given need.
In any case, resistance groups have scrutinized the settlement conspire for not going far enough.
A large number of Afghans have been attempting to escape the nation after the aggressors held onto control of the capital Kabul.
Parliament has been reviewed and Prime Minister Boris Johnson is as of now refreshing MPs about the circumstance in Afghanistan.
He said the public authority would do all that it can to help the individuals who have helped the UK mission in Afghanistan and to “turn away a philanthropic emergency”.
The new arrangement is on top of the current plan for translators and other staff who have worked for the UK.
Approximately 5,000 Afghans and relatives are relied upon to profit from that strategy.
Showing up on BBC Breakfast, Ms Patel wouldn’t give a timescale for what amount of time it would require for the 20,000 Afghans to be brought to the UK.
Notwithstanding, she contrasted the new plan with one presented for Syrian outcasts, which saw a comparable number of individuals resettled over a time of seven years.
“We could wind up bringing a lot more [than 20,000] yet above all else we must have the supporting and the foundation and the help to do that,” she said.
She said an objective of 5,000 in the primary year was “deliverable”, adding: “It would be horrible without a doubt to bring individuals and not have the option to give them the help that they would require as far as convenience, resettlement and offering them the chance to construct another life in the UK.”
Asked how the UK would get weak individuals, who may not have a sense of security leaving their homes, out of Afghanistan, Ms Patel said priests would work with outsider offices, philanthropic associations and different governments, including the US and Canada.
She added that individuals could likewise be resettled from adjoining nations, just as Afghanistan itself.
The home secretary disclosed to BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour the public authority needed most of the 20,000 Afghans resettled in the UK to be ladies and young ladies and other abused minorities.
The Taliban have guaranteed the privileges of ladies in Afghanistan will be regarded “inside the system of Islamic law”.
In any case, Ms Patel said the gathering had a past filled with persecuting ladies and “that won’t change for the time being”.
“I really don’t imagine that we ought to be at all accepting the representatives or the PR activity that we’re at present seeing,” she added.
Bringing down Street said Mr Johnson addressed US President Joe Biden on Tuesday evening about the departure of Kabul.
The pioneers “set out to keep working intently together on this in the days and weeks ahead to permit whatever number individuals as could be expected under the circumstances to leave the country”, a representative said.
Pastors have been hurrying to assemble this plan because of the circumstance in Afghanistan, with the last subtleties approved Tuesday.
The plan will focus on those most out of luck – with the public authority featuring ladies and young ladies and minority gatherings.
Data on the most proficient method to apply is normal soon.
The plan is inexactly founded on the one presented during the Syrian conflict, which additionally saw 20,000 move to the UK from 2014 to 2021.
Yet, clergymen recognize the reasonable items of getting individuals out of Afghanistan will be extensively more convoluted as a result of the degree of Taliban control.
Government insiders don’t have a clue about the degree to which the new system will permit individuals to escape in the event that they so decide.
There will support for the resettlement program – and the public authority will work with neighborhood boards and lapsed governments on where to house Afghans who go to the UK.