The financial support program will be aimed at helping to find housing, buy food and send children to school.
The U.S. presidential administration and private organizations intend to pay the evacuated Afghans $2,275 each as financial assistance for resettlement. This was reported by Bloomberg on Friday, citing a representative of the Department of State.
According to his information, the financial support program, which will be launched in the coming months, will be aimed at helping Afghans find housing, buy food and send their children to school.
In addition, the Department of State is consulting with the U.S. Congress on the introduction of benefits for refugees, including health insurance.
According to the U.S. administration, about 123 thousand people have been evacuated from the Islamic Republic since the end of July; about 6 thousand of them are U.S. citizens.