Delaware $300 Direct Payments Waiting To Be Claimed: Who Qualifies?

A new $300 direct payment is now available to qualified Delaware residents who have yet to receive the cash.

The check has already been mailed to 780,000 Delaware citizens who submitted their personal income taxes on schedule for 2020 and 2021.

Now, individuals who were eligible for the money but did not apply have another opportunity to receive it.

Online rebate applications are accepted from qualified individuals who are over 18 and resided in the state on December 31, 2021.

Adults who lived in Delaware on December 31, 2021, and haven't received a 2022 Relief Rebate can apply online starting November 1.

Officials said applicants "must have a current Delaware Drivers license ID or driver's license issued by 12/31/21 and a valid Social Security Number."

"Applicants are notified that the application period is 30 days long and will end on November 30, 2022," the government website states.

"No qualifying applicant will be eligible for a Relief Rebate until the application period closes and all applications have been processed."

The Delaware Relief Rebate Program was established in April of this year as a result of a bill that Governor John Carney signed into law.

In May, the initial batch of Delaware Relief Rebates was distributed to a total of 600,000 Delaware taxpayers.

The 2022 Delaware Relief Rebate Program was founded by House Bill 360 to give $300 to adult inhabitants, per Delaware. Gov.

Initially, checks were distributed to Delaware citizens who submitted tax returns for the years 2020 and 2021 back in May.