US to give each Afghan evacuee up to $2,275 in aid

The Biden administration and other private agencies are rushing to find a solution to resettling Afghan’s who left their country with little more than clothes that they were wearing.

The State Department said it plans to spend up to $2,275 for each evacuee for resettlement. The money is to be used for housing, food, other necessities, and enrolling children in school.

As many as 50,000 evacuees will arrive under so-called humanitarian parole, a stopgap program that gives them a year to apply for permanent visas. Other Afghans, including those that worked directly for the U.S. government, will be under separate immigration categories.

As many as 50,000 evacuees will arrive under so-called humanitarian parole, a stopgap program that gives them a year to apply for permanent visas. Other Afghans, including those that worked directly for the U.S. government, will be under separate immigration categories.

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