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I'm in the process of Sponsoring my mom who is living in the u.s already
so far she's only gotten her EAD card we submitted all the papers in Dec.

Just wondering if she's eglible to apply for food stamps?
Were in IL


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usually, not, unless the state has some exception on the rules about it.

it's a federal benefit, means-teasted, and usually goes against the stuff in the I-864,

and usually, a LPR is not eligible until being in the USA for 5 years.

even with that said, it all depends on the human handling her intake and paperwork. if she/he knows the laws about it, she'll be quickly denied during the application process.

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She has a sponsor?

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