The end of the government shutdown means the I-R-S and other federal offices in downtown Jacksonville are back OPEN... That means college students, home owners and others can now get their vital paperwork and MONEY. Channel 4's Kumasi Aaron spoke with some of those people today. She joins us live from the Bennett Federal building in downtown Jacksonville... Kumasi? 3 There was a sense of relief for the people I spoke with here today because they need paperwork transcripts things like that from the offices here but they couldn't get them and didn't know when they would be able to.Now they're able to walk right in. 3 00-0519-2442-48TAKE NAT: 12:06:07-09 Oh my gosh I've been trying to do so much!After weeks of waiting Rico Cortes was finally able to walk inside the Bennett Building and get the paperwork he needs from the IRS for school.RIGO CORTES/ENROLLING IN COLLEGE 12:06:10-25 I'm a new enrolling student so enrolling requires my tax information 16 so I actually have to get a transcript from the federal building to enroll in school 20 and they were like ok we need to get this from there 23 so I'm waiting I was waiting for this to open!Cortes was just one of several people happy to see the Bennett Federal Building open again.When we visited nearly two weeks ago, people were turned around at the entrance.Now, a different story, as the IRS, the department of labor, and the department of housing and urban development are back open after 16 days.TAKE NAT: 12:11:01-08 KA: How'd you feel when you found out the shut down was over? BC: Great. Finally go talk to the IRS and get some student loans back. Brandon Copely, a graduate student at UNF, has been doing without the money from those loans, unable to get the documents from the IRS to complete his application. BRANDON COPLEY/STUDENT 12:11:49-57 I get a couple thousand of student loans to help me out pay for bills and everything else it really hurt when it closed down I couldn't get anything from them for the things that I needed.Now, he's looking forward to student life post shutdown.BRANDON COPLEY/STUDENT 12:11:17-26 KA: What difference will the loans make for you? BC: it'll make a huge difference I can pay my bills I can go get some food put some food on the table a lot of things I can do now. 3 People say there were no issues here today everything ran smoothly for the most part there wee enough employees here to handle requests.I spoke with couple employees about finally being able to return to work after having to go weeks without pay, I'll have their story coming up at 6. Kumasi ... the deal to restore the government is basically a short-term solution ... until January 15th.. do the students worry what will happen then?