Takoma Park $1000 Checks Direct Payment: Who’s Eligible?
Those living in the United States having a difficult time can now submit an application for a one-time direct payment of $1,000.
More than $2 million in Covid money is being used to pay for a program that helps low-income people in Takoma Park, Maryland.
Officials say that the program is meant to help people in the U.S. who have been affected by the outbreak.
Applicants must have annual incomes under $50,000 as of October 25 at 8 a.m. Only Americans who reside in Takoma Park may apply for the assistance.
Locals have been informed that donations are sent in priority order. Residents must provide proof of Takoma Park residency and apply online.
Americans can identify themselves with a benefits letter, tax document, or photo ID card. Residents should use Google Chrome or Safari when applying.
Applicants must also provide proof of a tax return from 2020 or 2021 demonstrating that they earn less than $50,000.
Americans will be notified via email if their application is accepted.
It is currently unknown when the residents will receive their compensation.
Renters and homeowners in New Jersey have until December 30 to submit applications for up to $1,500 in assistance.
Additional help for Americans
100 families in Sonoma County, California, will each receive $500 per month for the next 24 months.