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But even at $2 billion, with more than 300,000 Navajos, a division of the fund through per capita payments would only get each tribal member about $6,000.
Yes, and you will need to apply for the ARPA Hardship Assistance. The Office of the Controller will post the fillable ARPA Hardship application on their website at www.nnooc.org and ARPA website at www.navajonationarpa.org on Monday, January 10, 2022.
Enrolled members of the Navajo Nation are eligible for up to $2,300 per person in hardship assistance in 2022 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but some may need to complete paperwork to get it.
The president's office announced on Tuesday that the Navajo Nation controller began printing the first batch of American Rescue Plan Act Hardship Assistance checks in the amount of $2,000 for elders, ages 60 years and above, who previously received CARES Act Hardship Assistance.
The goal is to have checks to all recipients in the mail by the end of February. Payments will automatically go to enrolled members who received help in either 2020 or 2021 under a separate relief program called the Navajo Nation CARES Fund Hardship Assistance.
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The goal is to have checks to all recipients in the mail by the end of February. Payments will automatically go to enrolled members who received help in either 2020 or 2021 under a separate relief program called the Navajo Nation CARES Fund Hardship Assistance.
The goal is to have checks to all recipients in the mail by the end of February. Payments will automatically go to enrolled members who received help in either 2020 or 2021 under a separate relief program called the Navajo Nation CARES Fund Hardship Assistance.
The goal is to have checks to all recipients in the mail by the end of February. Payments will automatically go to enrolled members who received help in either 2020 or 2021 under a separate relief program called the Navajo Nation CARES Fund Hardship Assistance.
Please contact the Navajo Office of Vital Records & ID at (928) 871-6386 or visit their website for more information regarding tribal enrollment.
Please contact the Navajo Office of Vital Records & ID at (928) 871-6386 or visit their website for more information regarding tribal enrollment.

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