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What benefits do immigrants get ?

Immigrants in the United States are entitled to certain benefits through the Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). If you are here on a temporary or permanent basis, you may be eligible to apply for naturalization, permanent status, or to work in the United States.

The USCIS can help you find the right forms, see an update on your case if you have applied for citizenship, find out how to bring family to the United States and much more. Their online resources are divided by topics to help you easily find what you are looking for depending on your current situation.

Find out more information at USCIS and what benefits you can get.

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Hello I'm a US Army Vet interested in continuing a higher education what options I have

Military members and veterans have several different educational benefits available from the Department of Veterans Affairs, and you may qualify for more than one. 

You can use the Benefit Comparison Tool to help narrow down which program is best for you. 

Once you determine which benefits you qualify for, you can apply for them online.

Asked by Anonymous

How do I sign up for direct deposit for SS check?

If you already receive Social Security or SSI benefits and you have a bank account, you can sign up for Direct Deposit by:

Learn more about signing up to get your Social Security benefits through direct deposit. 

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how do i find out how much social sercurity i will gwt

The Social Security Administration’s Retirement Estimator can give you an estimate of your retirement earnings based on your actual Social Security record.

You can apply for Social Security retirement benefits when you are at least 61 years and 9 months of age and want your benefits to start in the next three months.

Estimate your Social Security retirement benefits.

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How can I find rules and regulations about ssa disability's five month wait rule?

The Social Security Administration requires a five month waiting period to make sure that they do not pay disability benefits to people who do not have long-term disabilities. Learn more about this waiting period.

Find out if you’re eligible for Social Security disability benefits and learn how to apply.