Public benefits for immigrants

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Help with Medical Bills for Immigrants without Legal Immigration Status

Describes what programs are available and who is eligible for medical bill help. #8144EN

Now that you are a U Nonimmigrant: Warnings, Rights and Responsibilities

Read this if you already have U nonimmigrant status. #8130EN

Petitioning for Superior Court Review: When you disagree with a DSHS/HCA benefits administrative hearing

If you appealed an agency decision about your public benefits and lost your administrative hearing, you can appeal the administrative law judge's decision. This packet explains when and how to do so, and has forms you can use. Packet #7917EN

Public Charge: What You Need to Know

Find out here about the public charge test. This will also help in deciding if, and when, to use the public assistance benefits you or your family members need. #8123EN

Your Rights Dealing with DSHS

Read about what services you can get from DSHS and what your rights are when dealing with this state agency. #7900EN.

Public assistance for immigrants who are not lawfully present

This explains what benefits you may be eligible for if you are an immigrant who is not considered to be lawfully present in the U.S. #7934EN

Help with Medical Bills for Immigrants without Legal Immigration Status

Describes what programs are available and who is eligible for medical bill help. #8144EN

Washington Public Assistance for Immigrant Victims of Domestic Violence

This will tell you what benefits you may be eligible for if you are an immigrant and a victim of domestic violence. If you have a different immigration status, please read one of our other publications on this topic. #7924EN

Washington Public Assistance for Lawfully Present Immigrants

This resource is for certain immigrants and immigration applicants who the government considers to be lawfully present in the U.S. Lawfully present immigrants are eligible for some state and federal benefits programs, if they meet other program requirements. #7928EN

Washington Public Assistance for Refugees and Other Humanitarian Entrants

(Includes Refugees, Asylees, Persons Granted Withholding of Deportation, Cuban-Haitian Entrants and Special Immigrants from Iraq and Afghanistan) #7932EN

Washington Public Assistance for Victims of Trafficking

Read this to find out what benefits you may be eligible for if you are an immigrant and a victim of trafficking. If you have a different immigration status, please read one of our other publications on this topic. #7933EN

Your Rights Dealing with DSHS

Read about what services you can get from DSHS and what your rights are when dealing with this state agency. #7900EN.

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