Tabasum Rasoli and eight members of her family are adjusting to their new home in Glasgow.
Local authority says around 20 people may be relocated to the Moray region as part of resettlement programme.
Andy Livingstone was helping people to evacuate hours after a suicide attack at Kabul airport.
Gerry McGurk said some people were still coming forward to ask for help in leaving the country.
Angus Robertson told MSPs that Scotland is ready to help those in need.
Dominic Raab said he was unable to give a 'definitive' figure on how many Afghans the UK had failed to airlift to safety.
Two staff members had been holed up in a flat in Kabul after the Taliban seized control.
Britain’s near 20-year engagement in Afghanistan comes to an end as final UK troops and diplomatic staff leave Kabul.
Foreign secretary Dominic Raab on Friday confirmed the deaths.
Sir Ed Davey said that 'serious questions' need to be asked.
US defence spokesman John Kirby confirmed the blast occurred and said 'casualties are unclear at this time' on Thursday afternoon.
It will work with more than 160 local councils and the UK Government to train new arrivals.
The FCDO has warned that the situation in Afghanistan 'remains volatile'.
Viral images have shown babies and young children being handed over to troops.
The Linda Norgrove Foundation, set up following the death of a Scots aid worker, is trying to get its female staff evacuated from Kabul.
Johnson said leaders had agreed the 'number one condition' up to and after August 31 was that the Taliban must grant 'safe passage for those who want to come out'.
The First Minister called for the UK Government to increase its commitment from 20,000.
More than 1000 UK Armed Forces personnel have been deployed in Kabul.
The two leaders agreed to continue working together to ensure eligible people can leave the country.
Johnson spoke with the leaders of Turkey and Qatar on Sunday.