The Biden Students who were approved for student loans debt relief by the administration began to be contacted. CNN reported Saturday The move comes on the heels of the administration’s request The Supreme Court should lift the nationwide injunction against the loan relief program.

According to emails obtained by CNNMiguel Cardona, the Department of Education Secretary, sent Saturday emails to all those who were approved for loan debt relief. The administration’s student loan debt relief program has been facing numerous legal challenges since its launch last month, which Cardona addressed in the emails.

“Unfortunately, a number of lawsuits have been filed challenging the program, which have blocked our ability to discharge your debt at present. We believe strongly that the lawsuits are meritless, and the Department of Justice has appealed on our behalf,” CNN reported Cardona that he said in an email to students that he had approved the loan relief.

The eagerly awaited student loan forgiveness program provides $10,000 in federal student debt cancellations for qualified loan borrowers. The government is not. stopped accepting applications November 10, after a Texas federal court judge The plan was dropped, deeming it “unconstitutional.”

“We believe strongly that the Biden-Harris Student Debt Relief Plan is lawful and necessary to give borrowers and working families breathing room as they recover from the pandemic and to ensure they succeed when repayment restarts,” Cardona stated in a recent press release.

The following is an extract from the Associated PressThe 8th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a nationwide restraining order against the plan this week, after six Republican-led States had opposed it. The Department of Justice filed an injunction. request On behalf of Biden Administration on Friday asked the Supreme Court for a lifting of the block on the plan, while legal proceedings continue.

“The Eighth Circuit’s erroneous injunction leaves millions of economically vulnerable borrowers in limbo, uncertain about the size of their debt and unable to make financial decisions with an accurate understanding of their future repayment obligations,” Elizabeth Prelogar, the Solicitor General, said in request You were sent to court

Prelogar urged the court to accept the appeal, warning that a continuous hold on the program could cause borrowers’ uncertainty to extend into the next two years.

Data It was found that 43.4 million Americans have student loan debt. According to The Department of Education26 Million people submitted applications Biden’s loan forgiveness program. August Biden The plan was announced, and it fulfilled a promise that he had made During his presidential campaign.

After its October launch, the plan received praise from thousands of people. In the months that followed, the launch was met with criticism from Republicans who called the plan an “anabolic” plan. unfair handout.