The decision is the latest in a series of major priority actions aimed at restoring the civil rights that Trump has eliminated.
The Washington-Biden administration announced on Tuesday that by providing universities with an emergency economic stimulus plan, undocumented students may receive about $36 billion, which runs counter to the Trump era’s policy of banning previous rounds of financing, which may help satisfy you Demand.
Education Minister Miguel Cardona told reporters on the phone on Monday that the final regulations issued by the Ministry of Education will not require universities to consider students’ immigration status to determine their need for subsidies. Federal funds are used to pay them. Basic needs, such as food and food. Shelter.
According to the rule, the Biden administration believes that doing so may cause “significant additional obstacles and delays” in granting grants.
The decision is the latest in a series of major priority actions aimed at restoring civil rights and immigration protection. President Biden and his advisers believe that these rights were systematically eliminated during Trump’s tenure.
The Ministry of Education has been at the center of some of these efforts, and Biden also tasked Cardona with a comprehensive review of Trump-era policies on gender and gender discrimination and violence in schools.
In addition to directly providing students with money and subsidies for school supplies, food and housing, these funds will also be used to improve academic support services, purchase laptops and expand mental health programs.
All students, including those who have not yet formally applied for federal aid, are currently eligible.