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WASHINGTON STATE COVID-19 IMMIGRANT RELIEF FUND COVID-19 financial relief — BY and FOR IMMIGRANTS

  • Alert date October 23, 2020

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    Covid 19 Related Resource

    Contact: This fund is run by immigrant organizations who WILL NOT SHARE YOUR INFORMATION WITH THE GOVERNMENT
    Phone: (844) 724-3737

    If you don’t want to complete the application online, you can print the application and mail to;
    P.O. Box #84327
    Seattle, Washington 98124

    WHAT IS THE WASHINGTON STATE COVID-19 (Coronavirus) IMMIGRANT RELIEF FUND? As immigrants, we’ve made Washington STATE our home. If you’re an immigrant experiencing hard times because of COVID-19, AND you ARE NOT eligible for federal financial relief OR unemployment insurance, THIS FUND IS FOR YOU!!

    Apply for the Washington COVID-19 Immigrant Relief Fund and receive a $1,000 one-time direct payment (up to $3,000 per household).

    If you need help, call 1-844-724-3737 (Mon-Fri, 9AM-9PM).

    Remember, there is no cost to apply. If someone asks you to pay something, it is a scam! Report it to relief@immigrantreliefwa.org

    After you apply, please make sure to check your email inbox or the junk email folder for your confirmation. You will also get a text message confirmation the day you submit your application. You may log back in and check the status to see if your application is being reviewed and if you are awarded the funding. Please only submit your application one time.

    Who can apply
    To apply for the fund you must:

    Live in Washington State
    Be at least 18 years old
    Have been significantly affected by the pandemic (such as losing work, being infected by the virus, or caring for a family member who was infected)
    Not be eligible to receive federal stimulus dollars or unemployment insurance money due to immigration status.

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