FEMA and the state, territory or tribal government may provide direct and financial disaster assistance to U.S. citizens, non-citizen nationals and qualified non-citizens.
Disaster assistance may include money for temporary rental assistance, home repairs, personal property loss, medical losses, funeral expenses and other serious disaster-related needs or expenses not covered by insurance or other means.
All individuals, regardless of citizenship and immigration status, affected by a major disaster may be eligible for crisis counseling assistance, disaster legal services, disaster case management, disaster supplemental nutrition assistance program and other non-monetary, in-kind emergency disaster-relief programs. These include medical care, shelter, food and water.
This collection includes the Qualifying for Disaster Assistance: Citizenship and Immigration Status Flyer in multiple languages.