June 12, 2020

The QCAIR Board hopes this message finds you safe and healthy.

The last couple of months have been difficult for the country. First, a pandemic and the resulting economic crisis hit families hard. Then, events organized to highlight the inequities in civil rights in our country were marred by violence. QCAIR's organizational values include advocacy and respect and we stand by peaceful protesters during this historic, but difficult, time.

Although some people are beginning to go back to work, others are still struggling.

One of the most vulnerable populations hit by the pandemic included non-US citizens, both documented and undocumented, who did not receive stimulus checks or other benefits.

In response, the State of Illinois funded a relief program immigrants and refugees in Illinois whose households did not qualify for federal stimulus, unemployment insurance, or public benefits.

Download complete flyer with English, Español, and Français.
For more information in English contact
Pour plus d'informations en français, contactez

Nana Ouro-Agoro
Para más información en español, contacte

Maria Bribriesco

There are a limited number of awards available, so please contact QCAIR as soon as possible if you or anyone in your household:
  1. Did not receive a $1,200 stimulus check, unemployment, or other public benefit
  2. Are willing to sign an affidavit confirming this information
  3. Can demonstrate IL residency (drivers license, TVDL, utility bill, lease or mortgage statement, bank statement, pay stub)
  4. Have a photo id (such as Passport, TVDL, Driver’s License, City Key ID, Matricula)
You do not have to be a US citizen, visa, or green card holder to be eligible for this program.
Copyright © 2020 Quad Cities Alliance for Immigrants and Refugees, All rights reserved.

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