Stimulus Check: Will There Be A Fourth?

Stimulus Check

California residents can apply for state stimulus checks now through January. The Golden State Relief Plan will allot $600 to those who qualify, paid out in 12 monthly installments of $50, beginning in February 2022 and ending in January 2023.

The initiative, founded by Governor Gavin Newsom, will accept applications from those who qualify from now until the end of January. In order to be eligible for state benefits, applicants must be at least 18 years old. Applicants must also meet two of the following three criteria: a household poverty level of 80% or less, unemployment between June 28 and December 27 or job loss since March 1.

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The checks are meant to help with the cost of living in California, and will be sent out in 12 monthly installments. Applicants must meet certain criteria, such as being at least 18 years old, a U.S. citizen or permanent resident (with proof), and a resident of California for the last three months.

The California Golden State Relief Plan will allot $600 to those who qualify, paid out in 12 monthly installments of $50 beginning in February 2022 and ending in January 2023.

The checks will be sent to residents who:

  • Have a California residency ID card or driver’s license; and/or
  • Are registered as part of the CalFresh program (a federal food assistance program); and/or
  • Receives SSI benefits from Social Security; and/or
  • Receives TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) benefits from Social Security

    The initiative, founded by Governor Gavin Newsome, will accept applications from those who qualify from now until the end of January. Applications must be submitted by mail or in person at one of the California Stimulus Check offices listed below.

    The application forms can be found on the California Stimulus Check website.

    In order to be eligible for the state benefits, applicants must be at least 18 years old. Applicants also have to meet two of the following three criteria: a household poverty level of 80% or less, unemployment between June 28 and December 27 or job loss since March 1.

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