Los Angeles, California is a place that has many benefits for immigrants. Students receive financial support, underage people have the right to medical assistance, and older adults have access to public services. In this article, we will talk more about these benefits.
The National Immigration Law Center is a national assistance center whose mission is to protect and advance the rights and opportunities of low-income immigrants and their families through education and legal action. On this site, you can find a directory of resources for immigrants in Los Angeles, California.
The organization also has information on how the immigration system works in the country and some recommendations for those seeking political asylum.
Other organizations that can help you with your immigration needs in Los Angeles, California are:
-The Legal Aid Society of Orange County
-The Medical Assistance program (Medi-Cal)
-Food benefits (Food Stamps).
Several community organizations offer staff who work with people on a variety of options related to federal and state, public and private health and income assistance programs. For example, some groups provide instruction to individuals and families on how to obtain benefits for immigrants.
There are also organizations that offer free or client-paid legal assistance, as well as translation services. Some groups also offer a variety of social and educational activities for families with young or older children. And if you are looking for emotional support, there are organizations that offer therapy workshops for adults, children and families.
Community Organizations in Los Angeles, California:
– Latin Association (Latino Association)
– Youth Guidance
– San Gabriel Valley Health Community (Valle Health Care Network)
– Center for Family and Child Development
If you are 65 or older and your parent is a US citizen or has “permanent legal status,” you can apply for State Benefits for the Elderly (Senior Benefits Program) and Medi-Cal Benefit.
Please note that Medi-Cal Benefit does not cover all medical services and there may be a waiting period to receive them. Additional benefits such as Personal Aging Benefits (OASDI) and Supplemental Security Income can help cover some or all of the medical bills not covered by the Medi-Cal Benefit.
If you are currently receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), or Childhood Disability Benefits (CDB) and are looking for work, a trained benefits planner can help you avoid problems with your work plan. . You may contact a local worker placement agency (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) and request their assistance.
The National Immigration Legal Services and the National Immigrant Benefit Coalition are two organizations that can help you seek assistance from benefit planners.
At Sleepless Attorney, we have qualified immigration attorneys who will help you move forward with your case and provide you with all the legal advice you need. Do not wait any longer and contact us through the following form:
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