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Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

Informational Materials in Other Languages

This page links to materials in languages other than English. The materials are designed for partners, advocates, and the public to distribute to consumers who may be eligible to participate in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.

"I Speak" survey (in 36 languages)
Other Federal Resources (general information) in different languages

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Questions and Answers About Getting and Using SNAP,
FNS-313, a brochure giving useful information about SNAP.
Public Charge, a notice to reassure immigrants that receiving SNAP benefits will not make them public charges, so that it will not affect their immigrant status.
Immigrant Eligibility Questions and Answers. A series of facts of interest to immigrants about eligibility for SNAP benefits, based on changes in the 2002 Farm Bill.
Documents Needed to Apply for SNAP benefits. A list (in English and the target language) of documents that may be needed to prove eligibility for SNAP benefits.
Fact Sheet on Eligibility. Ten facts about eligibility for elderly (60 and older) and disabled persons.

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Last modified: 04/11/2012