The Excluded New Jerseyans Fund is responsible for the New Jersey stimulus check. New Jersey has set aside $40 million for this fund. This stimulus check will be beneficial to undocumented immigrants.
Those who qualify for the New Jersey stimulus check will get a $2,000 one-time payment, up to a total of $4,000 per household. Applications are being accepted now, but the deadline is Monday, February 28. The application period may end sooner if the funds are exhausted before the deadline.
New Jersey has replenished the Excluded New Jerseyans Fund with $40 million. Following public criticism over the state’s use of $34 million of the fund’s leftover funds for state expenses, officials decided to extend the deadline to February 28.
Undocumented individuals, those who have recently been imprisoned, and those who have not received a government stimulus check or pandemic unemployment compensation are all eligible to qualify for this stimulus money.
The Last Day To Apply For The Stimulus Check Is Today
Aside from that, you must be at least eighteen years old and a resident of the state of New Jersey. In addition, to be eligible for the stimulus payment, a household’s annual earnings must be below $55,000. Applicants must also provide evidence to demonstrate their eligibility. They’ll also have to provide a photograph with their application.
The application process will take around twenty to thirty minutes, and applicants will be required to provide pertinent documents. After submitting their application, they will receive a situation update by SMS or email.
The candidates will get an email with a login and password for a URL that will be linked if their application is accepted. By clicking on the link, the applicant will be able to select a payment method (direct deposit or check).