Aid checks of up to $350.00 have yet to be applied for in Georgia, US, after they were handed out to low-income people in September.
There is still $235 million to be claimed due to issues with customer IDs or difficulty accessing maps. All this on the basis of a total of $1 billion that has been delivered.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and his office launched an aid program for three million people. These financial brochures aim to alleviate the negative effects of the pandemic and counteract rising inflation.
Said aid program was presented in September; although Kemp’s office had ruled on it a month earlier. “The aid will help some of Georgia’s most vulnerable citizens cope with the negative economic impact of COVID-19,” the government said.
Visited gateway.ga.gov and navigate to the Review My Benefits – Case Selection page if you are unsure if you are eligible.
But although a fund is available to Americans, not everyone turns to it. Therefore…
Who is entitled to this payment?
First, applicants must have received Medicaid, PeachCare for Kids, SNAP, or TANF benefits by July 31, 2022.
It’s important to know that even if you’re enrolled in more than one of these programs, you’re only eligible for one financial assistance payment.
Direct payments from Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) will also soon be arriving in regions like New Mexico. These payments have a value of up to $200.00.
In Nebraska, for example, parents could get $1,000 per child as part of a new bill. In this case, the number of children is unlimited, but they must be over 18 years old.
On the other hand, in Montana, residents of that state have been proposed a $1200.00 credit for each child under the age of six.