California intended $125 millions to support undocumented

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Editorial Dept. Voz de la Diaspora

California Governor, Gavin Newsom, He said Wednesday that his state will allocate a fund of $125 millions to assist and support undocumented immigrants, affected by the crisis caused by the coronavirus.

According to Newsom's statements, at a press conference, $75 millions come from a special state fund that is available for disasters.

The others $50 millions, were provided by various state foundations, concerned about impact on undocumented immigrants.

“California is the most diverse state. Our diversity makes us stronger and more resilient. Every Californian, including our undocumented neighbors and our friends, you must know that your state is here to support them”, said Governor, after the announcement.

From the bottom, it is estimated that, near 150 thousand undocumented people receive a single benefit from $500 Y $1,000, per household. Funds will be delivered through regional social organizations in communities where mostly undocumented immigrants reside..