In the last 3 decades, many Afghan children immigrated to Iran with their parents, relatives, or even born there. The vulnerable position of afghan children in Iran caused them to be deprived of their basic rights such as right to Identity, right to education, and several others. These discriminations will be multiple if there is a gender gap in the society they live in. In this regard, afghan girls are one of the most discriminated communities in Iran. They get discriminated on the ground of their status as a migrant, as a child, and also as a girl. This study aims to find out how such multiple discriminations including racism, sexism, and adultism have an influence on afghan girls’ lives in Iran from their own perspective and also to observe how far these girls are aware of the discriminations in their surroundings. For this aim, various qualitative methods have been applied. The result demonstrated that the interviewees were almost aware of the discriminatory attitudes against them but it seems that racism is the most visible discrimination form from their perspective.