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Errata and Updates (PDF). This insert provides (1) corrections for errors that were not caught and corrected before the fourth edition of the Guide was published in 2002, and (2) updates for a few portions of the book whose updating does not require extensive redrafting of the book's text.
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Documents Typically Used by Lawfully Present Immigrants (PDF). This table lists the categories of non-U.S. citizens currently recognized as “lawfully present” in the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) State Health Official Letter, “Medicaid and CHIP Coverage of ‘Lawfully Residing’ Children and Pregnant Women” (July 1, 2010). This table is not included in the Guide to Immigrant Eligibility for Federal Programs.
TABLE 1: Overview of Immigrant Eligibility for Federal Programs.
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TABLE 8: State-Funded TANF Replacement Programs.
|108 ||TABLE 9: State-Funded SSI Replacement Programs (PDF). |
|116–17 ||Child Care (updated text and table - PDF). |
|Medical Assistance Programs for Immigrants in Various States (PDF). This table replaces both the Medicaid and the CHIP (Children's Health Insurance Program) tables, i.e., tables 10 and 11. |
|133 ||Food Stamps (This article provides an update on immigrants' eligibility for food stamps.) |
|134–35 ||TABLE 12: State-Funded Food Assistance Programs. |
|146–48 ||Social Security. "Social Security Protection Act Adds Requirement for Non–U.S. Citizen Applicants," Immigrants' Rights Update, Apr. 2, 2004, p. 8. |
|150–51 ||Low-Income Home Energy (LIHEAP) and Weatherization Assistance Programs (WAP) (updated text and table - PDF). |
|152–54 ||Rental Housing Programs (updated text and table - PDF). |
|160–61 ||Legal Services Corporation–Funded Legal Services |
|162–64 ||Disaster Assistance (updated text and table - PDF). |
|175 ||TABLE 13: Federal Poverty Guidelines (HTML). |