The United States government has a variety of programs that help low-income immigrants. In this article, we will explore how companies and organizations are trying to alleviate the situation that exists in the country for many immigrants.
US government programs for immigrants vary depending on which country you are in. If you are a Cuban citizen entering the United States, the government will give you assistance with money and housing for a period of six months.
If you are an undocumented immigrant who is in the United States, they can help you with money and housing for five years if it is a public or private charity who helps you and you are under 21 years of age.
If you need medical help in the US, you can receive assistance with money and housing for two years if you have a medical condition that provides aid to the government.
If you are undocumented and you are working in the US, they can help you with money for housing for three years if it is private help who helps you and you have a number of children under 18 years of age.
Government assistance is available to all low-income people, including those without immigration status (undocumented immigrants):
If you are a victim of domestic violence and have children or are pregnant, you may be eligible for emergency cash assistance from DHS (United States Department of Homeland Security) to help you stay safe.
-Legal permanent residents (green card holders) who have maintained their stay for 5 years or more.
-People who receive political asylum.
-People whose removal is withheld by an immigration judge.
-Cuban or Haitian entrants.
-People who were granted probation for 1 year or more.
-Many immigrants are not subject to the public charge test.
-Us. Citizens are always exempt from the public charge rule.
-Permanent residents (green card holders) who do not leave the United States will not face the public charge test.
-Many beneficiaries of humanitarian programs, such as refugees, asylees, Special Immigrant Juvenile holders and VAWA Self-Petitioners are exempt from the public charge test.
-Most of the benefits of the safety net are not considered in the public charge test.
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