The Golden State Stimulus deal announced today by Governor Newsom with legislative leadership is a strong first step in providing financial relief for many undocumented immigrants in California, and centering economic relief from the pandemic on need, not immigration status. In the package announced today, ITIN holders earning up to $75,000 will receive $600 in relief, with those who qualify for the California Earned Income Tax Credit receive a total $1,200 payment - critical aid to undocumented immigrants left out of federal relief efforts.
In response to the failed coup attempt by white supremacist Trump supports today, Partnership for Working Families Executive Director issued the following statement:
Thanks to more than two years of organizing by regular people in Nashville, Arlington, Seattle, and beyond, Amazon is finally compelled to address the gaping inequality that they have contributed to in our cities. This fund can make an important contribution towards stabilizing our communities, if residents are given power to guide how these resources are spent. The fact that we have to fight so hard to get a trillion-dollar company to give something back to the communities which have grown its coffers shows how broken our economic system is.
In cities across the country, people come together everyday to realize a shared vision of thriving communities for themselves and their neighbors. Yet hundreds of thousands of working people have earnings that don’t come close to covering their most basic costs.
As you begin applying for Unemployment Insurance (“UI”) amid COVID-19 concerns, you may have questions about the application process. Below is information that may be helpful to people employed in California.
Please note, the information below is not intended to provide, and does not constitute, legal advice. It is for general informational purposes only. If you have a specific question about your situation, please reach out to a non-profit legal service provider.
Here is a list of documents or information to have on hand before you apply for UI:
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