Statements of national policy concerning welfare and immigration.
SUBCHAPTER I—ELIGIBILITY FOR FEDERAL BENEFITS
Aliens who are not qualified aliens ineligible for Federal public benefits.
Limited eligibility of qualified aliens for certain Federal programs.
Five-year limited eligibility of qualified aliens for Federal means-tested public benefit.
Notification and information reporting.
Requirements relating to provision of benefits based on citizenship, alienage, or immigration status under the Richard B. Russell National School Lunch Act, the Child Nutrition Act of 1966, and certain other Acts.
SUBCHAPTER II—ELIGIBILITY FOR STATE AND LOCAL PUBLIC BENEFITS PROGRAMS
Aliens who are not qualified aliens or nonimmigrants ineligible for State and local public benefits.
State authority to limit eligibility of qualified aliens for State public benefits.
Limitation on eligibility for preferential treatment of aliens not lawfully present on basis of residence for higher education benefits.
Authority of States and political subdivisions of States to limit assistance to aliens and to distinguish among classes of aliens in providing general cash public assistance.
Authorization for verification of eligibility for State and local public benefits.
SUBCHAPTER III—ATTRIBUTION OF INCOME AND AFFIDAVITS OF SUPPORT
Federal attribution of sponsor’s income and resources to alien.
Authority for States to provide for attribution of sponsors income and resources to the alien with respect to State programs.
SUBCHAPTER IV—GENERAL PROVISIONS
Verification of eligibility for Federal public benefits.
Communication between State and local government agencies and Immigration and Naturalization Service.
Derivative eligibility for benefits.
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