In the coming weeks, millions of Americans will get surprise stimulus payments of $2,000 and $1,000. As part of their state-level COVID-19 rehabilitation program, a number of states aim to assist citizens who live there. The bonus money will be distributed to 14 different entities in 14 different states.

Unemployed citizens in Arizona can take use of the state's back-to-work program. Those who return to part-time employment are entitled for a $1,000 stipend. Those who return to full-time employment may be eligible for a $2,000 bonus.

Who's eligible in every state's stimulus checks?

Per The Sun, California citizens who had to submit their 2020 tax returns by October 15 received the Golden State Stimulus. As of October 31, almost half of the nine million people have received their stimulus payments, with the remaining stimulus checks being mailed.

California citizens earning $30,000 to $75,000 per year were eligible for $600 while those with children under the age of 18 were eligible for $1,100. Governor Ned Lamont of Connecticut launched the Back to Work program, which would provide $1,000 in stimulus checks beginning May 30, 2021 and running until December 31, 2021.

Other states have more stringent criteria, including information on when citizens filed for unemployment and how long they have been unemployed. Residents must also have found work to be eligible for the stimulus payment.

Teachers and principals in Florida will get $1,000 in stimulus money for their dedication to education throughout the pandemic. Teachers and principals in Georgia will get $1,000 in stimulus money for their dedication to education throughout the pandemic.

While the prospects of a fourth stimulus in all US states are little to none, citizens of the New England state of Maine have been promised more assistance. The Maine State Tax Accessor will be mailing $285 payments to taxpayers sometime after November 15, resulting in 524,754 persons receiving a surprise check in the mail.

The checks are available to those with an adjusted gross income (AGI) of less than $150,000 for married couples filing jointly, $112,000 for heads of household, or $75,000 for individuals.

However, not everyone earning less than these amounts qualifies. You must have worked consistently during the outbreak in 2020, and dependents are not eligible, as per AS.com.

However, not everyone earning less than these amounts qualifies. People classified as dependents are not eligible, and you must have worked constantly in 2020 throughout the pandemic. Consider them more akin to the hazard payments than other states, such as Florida, have been distributing than a uniform stimulus.

As a n expression of gratitude for working during COVID-19, the southern state has awarded teachers an additional money. Through the Florida Heroes Initiative, the state of Florida is also providing financial assistance to first responders. Over the following six weeks, the state will issue 5,000 to 25,000 checks every day, with a $149.8 million budget set out for these payments.

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Petition calls for more federal stimulus payments

Per Newsweek via MSN, an online petition requesting $2,000 monthly stimulus checks throughout the length of the epidemic is just over 45,000 signatures short from reaching its target of 3 million.

However, enthusiasm for the campaign has diminished in the final stretch as cases and fatalities continue to plummet across the country, following a summer increase in support amid a deadly wave of COVID-19 caused by the Delta variant.

Stephanie Bonin, a Denver restaurant owner, started a Change.org petition calling for the US. The House and Senate should enact legislation that would offer "immediate payments of $2,000 for adults and $1,000 for children, as well as recurring checks for the length of the crisis."

As of Saturday, the petition has received over 2,956,600 signatures, with just roughly 29,000 new supporters in the last month and 5,000 in the last week. If it fulfills its objective of 3 million signatures, it will become one of Change.org's most popular petitions.

As families battled to withstand the economic consequences of the pandemic during the summer Delta wave, the campaign garnered enormous traction, reaching heights of over 100,000 new supporters in a week.

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