These maps break down available public benefits based on immigrant’s state and immigration status.

We are still working on this site, so if you cannot click on your state, check back soon for completed maps.

Cash Assistance (TANF)

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) provides cash assistance to low income families with children.

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Child Care

Child Care services may be provided through public benefits.

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Children's Health Insurance Program

Medical assistance is available to children through the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP).

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Driver's License

State-specific requirements to be issued a driver's license.

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Earned Income Tax Credit

Eligibility for immigrants to claim this credit on their taxes.

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Emergency Housing & Safety Programs

Programs necessary for protecting life and safety.

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Emergency Medicaid

Coverage for medical emergencies.

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Federal Education Benefits

The Department of Education (DOE) funded financial aid for higher education, including grants and loans.

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FEMA Assistance

In the event of an emergency, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) provides short-term emergency disaster relief for services such as medical care and resources for essential needs.

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FEMA Restricted Programs

FEMA provides additional forms of assistance to eligible immigrants to recover after a disaster.

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Food Stamps

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides food assistance to low-income individuals and families.

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Forensic Costs Coverage

Cost coverage of sexual assault forensic exams (rape kits).

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Income Tax Credits

Immigrants who have been issued a Social Security number or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) may claim tax credits for children, spouses, or others that they care for on their income taxes.

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Legal Services

Eligibility for legal assistance for various crimes.

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Medicaid

Medicaid provides medical assistance to adults and the levels of coverage will vary upon immigration status.

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Post-Assault Healthcare

Healthcare services available to victims of sexual assault.

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Prenatal Care

Healthcare available to expectant mothers.

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Purchasing Health Insurance on the Exchanges

Information about immigrants who are eligible purchase health insurance from the Health Insurance Marketplace.

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Public and Assisted Housing

The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) operate housing assistance programs where eligibility will vary by status.

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State Education Benefits

Individual states have enacted policies which allow immigrants who meet certain conditions to apply for state financial aid, scholarships, or pay resident tuition rates at state colleges and universities.

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Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides Supplemental Security Income (SSI) to meet basic needs to some categories of immigrants who meet certain conditions.

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Weatherization and Energy Assistance

The Weatherization Assistance program (WAP) helps families living in multi-unit dwellings to reduce energy costs. The Low-Income Energy Assistance program (LIHEAP) helps with heating or cooling costs in single-family homes.

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WIC

The Special Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) eligibility for low-income parents and children under 5 years old.

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