Description: This FAQ addresses the most frequently asked questions that arise for low-income ACA recipients navigating health care access options, often for the first time. It covers such topics as Medi-Cal basics, eligibility, application response time, retroactive coverage and tax penalty concerns.
Authors: Nadia Rojas, Darwin Velazquez and Jazmin Segura (E4FC), in collaboration with the California Immigrant Policy Center
Publish Date: February 2015
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UndocuTimes Vol. 1 Description: In this first edition of UndocuTimes, you'll find an overview of E4FC's issue priorities as well as opportunities to engage and support our efforts.
IN THIS ISSUE:
The latest on Administrative Relief
Access to Healthcare Regardless of Immigration Status
Access to Career and Professional Licenses
Challenges to Accessing Financial Aid
Authors: Kemi Bello, Itzel Calvo, Karla Marquez, Yadira Sanchez, Jazmin Segura, and Darwin Velasquez (E4FC Policy Advocacy Team) and Denia Perez (Legal Services Coordinator)
Publish Date: January 2015
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The Case for Undocumented Students Description: Using student anecdotes, statistics, and testimonies from educators, funders, government officials and business leaders, E4FC makes the case for increased support for undocumented students in higher education.
This 14-page publication is an excellent resource for funders considering investments in this population.
Why These Students? Reasons to Help Undocumented Students (Written by Katharine Gin, E4FC Executive Director. This article has been reprinted with permission from the Journal of College Admission. They originally appeared in the Winter 2010 issue, number 206. Copyright 2009 National Association for College Admission Counseling.)
Not Just A Latino Thing (Written by Beleza Chan, E4FC Graduate Advisor. This article has been reprinted with permission from the Journal of College Admission. They originally appeared in the Winter 2010 issue, number 206. Copyright 2009 National Association for College Admission Counseling.)