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Attendees wrapped up the 2022 NASFAA Virtual Conference with a session focusing on key updates on policy initiatives taking shape in Washington that will directly impact student aid policy. NASFAA’s policy team walked participants through their ongoing work and detailed the federal legislative landscape, with updates from the White House, Congress, and the Department of Education (ED) on a wide range of issues.
This AskRegs Knowledgebase Q&A includes updated guidance related to the one-year exception for Special Immigrant Parolees and Non-Special Immigrant Parolees contained in Dear Colleague Letter GEN-22-08. Yes, but only if the student can present the required immigration or parolee documentation to both confirm their status as an Afghan special immigrant and as eligible for Title IV aid. View the full answer to this question to learn more.
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