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COVID-19 자원

지역 사회로서 함께 세계적인 전염병에 대처.

상무 이사의 메시지 : COVID-19

저희를 찾아주신 친구, 파트너, 그리고 커뮤니티 여러분께,

최근 코로나 바이러스 확산 방지를 위해 내려진 자택대피 명령이 저희 단체의 주로 서비스 지역들인 샌프란시스코, 알라미다.산마태오, 콘트라 코스타 카운티 그리고 주변 카운티들은 물론 캘리포니아주 전체에 내려졌습니다. 저희 단체도 명령에 따라 현재 두곳 사무실이 문을 닫았지만 사무실 밖에서 계속적으로 업무를 보고 있습니다.

비록 사무실에서 직접적으로는 도움을 드릴수 없지만 전화나 이메일을 통해 기존의 저희 고객은 물론이며 급히 법률자문이 필요한 분들께 계속적으로 도움을 드리고 있습니다. 저희 단체는 캘리포니아주에서 정의하는 필수적 서비스 또는 필수적 기능 기관이라 여겨지며 하지만 자택대피 명령을 따르면서 전직원이 자택 근무를 하고 있습니다.

법원 출두가 급히 요구되는 예를 들어, 가정폭력 노인학대로 인한 접근금지 명령, 이민 재판소 출두명령 그리고 그밖의 응급한 케이스들은 영어 다른언어를 하는 저희 직원들이 계속해서 도움을 드리고 있습니다.

위험한 상황시에는 911 연락하세요

조만간 정부 차원에서 내려진 관계법안인 특히 재난 관련기금 정보와 코로나 바이러스 발생지와 연루하여 불거진 아시안인 인종차별 퇴치를 위한 노력 등의 정보를 업데이트 예정입니다. 추후에도 다시 방문하여 확인 하시기 바랍니다.

주택대피 명령을 준수하며 안전하게 지내십시요. 혹시 저희 단체의 도움이 필요하시면 (415) 567-6255 또는 (510)251-2846 으로 오전 9시부터 오후 5시에 사이에 전화하시면 저희 직원과 바로 통화를 하실수 있습니다. 저희가 잠시 자리를 비워 바로 전화를 받지 못한 경우에는 메시지를 남겨주세요. 수시로 메시지 확인후 바로 연락을 드릴수 있도록 노력하고 있습니다.
HATE CRIMES

API Legal Outreach has seen a rise in Anti-Asian racism since the outbreak of COVID-19. It is important that we document these incidents in order to advocate for interventions and policies from an API and community-centered framework. If you have experienced a hate incident since the COVID-19 outbreak, please report it here so it can be tracked by the STOP AAPI Hate Reporting Center. The incident report only takes a few minutes and is available in English, Vietnamese, Chinese, Khmer, Korean, Japanese, and Thai.

Stimulus Payment Scams

Scammers have been using phone, text, and email messages to target SSI (Supplemental Security Income) recipients and steal their stimulus checks. In these messages, the scammer, pretending to be an official from a government entity, asks the victim for their bank account number, claiming that it is for the purpose of directly depositing the stimulus check. Scammers then use the victim’s bank account information to apply for and receive the victim’s stimulus payment.

Tips for Avoiding Stimulus Payment Scams

There are no fees or charges associated with the stimulus check. The government will never ask you to pay anything up front to receive your stimulus payment

The government will NOT call you to ask for your Social Security number, bank account, or credit card number. Do NOT disclose this type of personal information.  

Report any scams to: 

  • Local police department
  • Federal Trade Commission at www.ftc.gov/complaint
  • Contact the APILO office for assistance relating to scams

If you want to receive your COVID-19 stimulus payment via direct deposit, you should apply using the official IRS website at https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/economic-impact-payments

COVID-19 and Census Scams

Scammers have also contacted people by phone, text, email, or in person pretending to be the following:

  • Public health officials, such as from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) or San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH)
    • They may ask to enter residences to conduct inspections, OR:
    • Claim to provide a cure or vaccination for COVID-19. 
  • Census workers 
Tips for Avoiding Census Scams

Ask for proper identification before speaking to people who claim to be involved with these parties. Do NOT give money or any personal information, such as your social security number, bank account, or credit card information. Also, there are currently NO proven cures, treatments, or vaccinations for COVID-19. 

Call 911 to report any scammers who attempt to contact you in person, and contact our office for assistance. 

VAWA Protection

What is the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) in federal public housing?

1. It is a protection for survivors of domestic violence (which includes felony or misdemeanor crimes of violence committed by an abuser who is cohabitating with the victim), dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking. This will also cover the survivor’s immediate family members and other household members (The household members do not have to be related to the survivor and the survivor does not have to be married or living with the perpetrator.).

2. Rights VAWA offers: A survivor cannot be denied housing, and a survivor cannot be evicted or lose federal rental assistance. The exception to evict a tenant under VAWA is if the lease violation is not based on acts of violence or the PHA/owner can demonstrate an actual/imminent threat to other tenants (Threat is defined as a physical danger that is real, and would occur within an imminent time frame, and could result in death or serious bodily harm.).

3. VAWA is covered under the eviction moratorium due to COVID-19, along with most federally assisted rental housing programs.

How do I show that I am a survivor of a violent act?

1. Talk with your housing provider and complete a self-certification form provided by the housing authority. You will have to disclose the name of your abuser, the abuser’s relationship to you, and a description of the violence. Form HUD-5382 can be found here: https://www.hud.gov/program_offices/administration/hudclips/forms/hud5a

If you do not have access to the internet, or a computer, please call our office at (415) 567-6255, or a local legal aid agency.

2. You can also provide a letter signed by a victim service, medical/mental health professional, or an attorney. You will also have to sign this letter. 

3. You can also provide a police report, court record, or an administrative record.

What if I am living with my abuser?

1. Alert the Housing Authority or your landlord, and they may evict the abuser, and allow you and the other members of your household to stay.

2. If the abuser is the one with the eligibility, then you, or another member of the household, have a right to prove that you are eligible for the housing. If you cannot, then you must be given a reasonable time to show that you qualify for another federal housing program or to find new housing.

3. If you have a Section 8 voucher, then you may leave the unit and keep your voucher, even if your lease is not over. 

What if I am not protected under VAWA?

Contact a legal aid organization, an attorney, domestic violence agency, or a fair housing agency to see if you qualify.

During COVID-19, create a safety plan and practice self-care. 

  • Take the time to be mindful of washing your hands regularly, hygiene practices, etc. 
  • Reach out to others for help. Even if you wish to be alone, stay connected online or over the phone with your friends and families. Please call our organization for help, and also the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233.
  • See Domestic Violence Restraining Orders

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESTRAINING ORDERS

What is a Domestic Violence Restraining Order?

It is a court order that can help protect people who have been abused or threatened with abuse.

What is abuse?

1. Physical 

Hitting, punching, kicking, slapping, strangling, smothering, using or threatening to use weapons, shoving, interrupting your sleep, throwing things, destroying property, and denying medical treatment.

2. Sexual 

Physically forcing sex, making you feel fearful about saying no to sex, forcing sex with other partners, forcing you to participate in demeaning or degrading sexual acts, violence or name calling during sex, and denying contraception or protection from sexually transmitted diseases. 

3. Verbal

Calling you derogatory names, insulting, and threatening to hurt you.

4. Emotional 

Constant put downs or criticisms, name calling, belittling one’s abilities.

5. Psychological

Causing fear by intimidation, “crazy making”, minimizing the abuse or blaming you for their behavior, threatening and making you feel fearful, isolating you from family and friends, excessive jealously, accusing you of having affairs, humiliating you, watching where you go and who you talk to, tracking your online activity, and playing “mind games” to make you doubt your sanity (gaslighting).  

6. Financial 

Giving you an allowance, not letting you have your own money, hiding family assets, running up debt, interfering with your job or ability to get a job, and ruining your credit. 

7. Stalking

Physically following where you go or cyberstalking you. 

8. Cultural and Identity Abuse

Using your race, class, age, immigration status, religion, size, physical ability, language, and/or ethnicity against you in some way. 

Do I qualify for a restraining order?

You and the person you want to restrain must be:

  • Married or registered domestic partners
  • Divorced or separated
  • Dating or used to date
  • Living together or used to live together
  • Parents together of a child, OR
  • Closely related (parent, child, brother, sister, grandmother, grandfather, in-law).
How will a restraining order help me?

The court can order the restrained person to:

  1. Not contact or go near you, your children other relatives, or others who live with you
  2. Not have any guns or ammunition 
  3. Move out of your house
  4. Obey child custody and visitation orders
  5. Pay child support
  6. Pay spousal support
  7. Obey orders about property
How do I apply for a domestic violence restraining order?

Forms to file DVRO can be found at: https://www.courts.ca.gov/forms.htm?filter=DV

Here are resources if you need assistance on filing in Alameda and San Francisco counties:

Alameda County

1) Self-Help Center Monday – Thursday 1PM – 4PM at (510) 272-1393 

2) Family Violence Law Center at (510) 208-0220

3) Bay Area Legal Aid at (888) 330-1940

San Francisco County

1) API Legal Outreach at (415) 567-6255 

2) Bay Area Legal Aid at (888) 330-1940

3) Cooperative Restraining Order Clinic at (415) 255-0165

Should I be concerned about my immigration status in filing for a restraining order?
Immigration status has no bearing in family court.

CREATING A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SAFETY PLAN

How do I create a safety plan?

1. Identify safe areas of the home where there are no weapons and there are ways to escape (window or door). 

2. Have a phone accessible at all times and know what numbers to call for help. 

3. Let trusted friends and neighbors know of your situation and develop a plan and visual signal for when you need help. 

4. Teach your children how to get help but do not get them involved in the violence between you and your partner.

How do I practice self care?
    1. Journaling
    2. Reading
    3. Picking up a hobby
    4. Talking to a friend
    5. Listening to music 
    6. Meditating
    7. Praying
    8. Baking/Cooking
    9. Practice breathing exercises
Who can help me?

1. National Domestic Violence Hotline at (800) 799-7233 or (800) 799-7233 for TTY, or text LOVEIS to 22522.  

2. W.O.M.A.N., Inc. for peer counseling, safety planning, and referrals for needed resources, 24-hour support line at (877) 384-3578

3. Family Violence Law Center Mobile Response Team for crisis intervention, safety planning, and referrals to counseling at (800) 947-8301

4. Bay Area Women Against Rape at (510) 845-7273

BENEFITS AND ASSISTANCE FOR IMMIGRANTS

Are immigrants eligible to receive payments/rebates under the CARES Act?

1. Individual taxpayers and couples filing jointly who have both been issued social security numbers that are valid for employment are eligible for the rebate. Many DACA recipients, TPS recipients, asylees and refugees may qualify. Unfortunately, this SSN requirement excludes many immigrants and mixed-status families. Also, those who are not U.S. citizens or Legal Permanent Residents must reside primarily in the United States.

2. Undocumented immigrants who do not have social security numbers are not eligible for these payments. Immigrants who use an ITIN for their taxes are also not eligible.

3. There is no way to apply for this relief, the payments are done automatically and are calculated based on your most recent tax return. 

If you have questions, please call our office at (415) 567-6255 or (510) 251-2846 for information! For more detailed information, you can also see: https://www.nilc.org/issues/economic-support/impact-of-covid19-relief-bills-on-immigrant-communities/

Are immigrants eligible to receive unemployment (UI) benefits?

Yes, if you have valid work authorization. Many DACA recipients, TPS recipients, asylum applicants, asylees, and refugees have valid work authorization and can receive unemployment benefits. 

APILO is here to help apply for unemployment benefits. Call our office today for assistance or questions. 

For more information on public benefits and resources available to immigrants in California, see the Guide for Immigrant Californians: https://covid19.ca.gov/guide-immigrant-californians/

Are undocumented immigrants eligible to receive any stimulus payments or other relief?

On April 15th, Governor Newsom announced one-time disaster relief assistance for undocumented Californians impacted by COVID-19, who are ineligible for most other forms of pandemic assistance, including direct assistance under the CARES Act and unemployment insurance.

According to the state’s website, “eligible Californians may receive one-time COVID-19 disaster relief assistance at a value of $500. A limit of two adults per household can receive this assistance (maximum assistance of $1,000 per household).” The goal is for Californians to be able to access this relief through local community-based nonprofits starting mid-May 2020. 

Undocumented immigrants may also be eligible for State Disability Insurance (SDI) and Paid Family Leave.

For more information on public benefits and resources available to immigrants in California, see the Guide for Immigrant Californians: https://covid19.ca.gov/guide-immigrant-californians/

APILO is here to help immigrants and those without legal status apply for COVID-19 related benefits. Call our office today for assistance or questions.

PUBLIC CHARGE

If I use Medi-Cal (federally funded health insurance) to pay for my COVID-19 testing, treatment or preventative care, will I be considered a public charge under the new rules (hurting my ability to get a green card)?

NO.   If you get COVID-19 testing, treatment or preventative care, that alone will not be considered as a factor to determine if you are a public charge. 

I have been laid off and my family needs help. If I apply for other benefits because of COVID-19, will I be considered a public charge for immigration purposes?
  1. It depends on the benefits you apply for and for how long you will be receiving them.  For example, applying for unemployment benefits and receiving food from places like the SF/Marin Food Bank Salvation Army, St. Anthony’s, Glide or other food banks/pantries will not be considered for public charge determinations.  
  2. Public charge may not apply to you or the benefits you use may not be one of the benefits defining public charge. NOT all immigrants are subject to a public charge determination.
  3. If you are not sure, please consult an experienced immigration lawyer to determine if public charge applies to you. 

COVID-19 POLICIES FOR USCIS, IMMIGRATION COURT AND ICE

What should I do if I have a USCIS interview or appointment scheduled?

USCIS is currently closed until at least May 3, 2020 for all interviews and appointments. USCIS will reschedule your interview or appointment if it was scheduled on or before May 3rd

This includes Asylum Office interviews, Naturalization/Citizenship interviews, Oath Ceremonies, Biometrics appointments and interviews for adjustment of status (green card) applications.

You can check on the status of USCIS on their website: https://www.uscis.gov/about-us/uscis-response-covid-19

If you do enter a USCIS office or facility, you are now required to wear a mask.

What should I do if I have an Immigration Court hearing scheduled?

The San Francisco Immigration Court is currently postponing all non-detained hearings scheduled through July 17, 2020. If your hearing is scheduled on or before May 15th, the Court will reschedule your hearing. 

You can also call the Court at 1-800-898-7180 to check on the scheduling of your hearing date. The automatic system is available in English and Spanish, and all you need is your A number. For hearings after May 15, we do not yet know if the Court will be open for these hearings. Continue to call to check on your hearing date.

You can check on the Immigration Court’s status on their website: https://www.justice.gov/eoir/eoir-operational-status-during-coronavirus-pandemic

What should I do if I have an appointment scheduled to check in with ICE?

ICE has posted guidance and FAQs on their current check-in policy here: https://www.ice.gov/coronavirus

ICE has temporarily suspended the requirement to report in-person for office visits, and home visits have been temporarily suspended as well until further notice. ICE will continue to use telephonic and electronic reporting between participants and case specialists. If you have a scheduled ICE check-in, contact the local ICE field office by phone for further instructions. If you missed your scheduled ICE check-in, you need to ensure that you make contact with ICE. If they do not answer, leave a message with your name, A-number, and phone number. ICE will contact you with updated information on how to proceed with your scheduled check-in.

To contact the San Francisco Field Office:  Phone: (415) 844-5512,  Email: SanFrancisco.Outreach@ice.dhs.gov

What if I received a Request for Evidence (RFE) or Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) on my USCIS application?

On March 27, 2020, USCIS announced that it will allow an automatic 60-day extension for all Requests for Evidence (RFEs) and Notices of Intent to Deny (NOIDs), if the RFE or NOID is dated between March 1 and May 1, 2020. A similar announcement on March 30, 2020 clarifies that the automatic 60-day extension also applies to responses to Notices of Intent to Revoke (NOIRs) and Notices of Intent to Terminate (NOITs) regional investment centers, as well as I-290B Notices of Appeal or Motion to the Administrative Appeals Office.

In addition, the San Jose and San Francisco Field Offices in California announced a local policy of automatically extending RFE deadlines for 30 days, for any RFEs due during the office closure.

Can I still file my immigration application or petition?

Even though USCIS and Immigration Courts are postponing appointments and hearings, and President Trump issued an executive order to temporarily pause certain forms of immigration, many applications are still being accepted and processed.

USCIS is still accepting and processing applications, including for naturalization, adjustment of status (for legal permanent residence), DACA renewal, and employment authorization. Trump’s recent executive order may have an impact on some applications. We are continuing to monitor this development.

Immigration Courts are still accepting filings. In San Francisco, the filing window at 100 Montgomery Street, 8th Floor, is open during regular business hours for filings (please wear your mask in common areas). Filings may also be sent via email: https://www.justice.gov/eoir/filing-email

Does APILO handle DACA Renewals?

Yes! APILO currently has temporary funding to assist with DACA renewals. This funding also covers the $495 filing fee. Call our office today to ask about getting assistance with your DACA renewal if your DACA is expiring within 6 months or so!

CHILD CUSTODY

Information for Parents Sharing Custody During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Courts in the Bay Area Counties have provided different tips for co-parenting during COVID-19 but they have shared the following common recommendations for all parties to follow:

COVID-19 is not an excuse to deny or withhold parenting time. For example, the San Mateo Superior Court specifically states that “unless otherwise ordered by the court, parents are considered fit to care for their children and make decisions regarding the day-to-day aspects of parenting while the children are in their care.” For more information, see here.

All parents should comply with all CDC, local, state and federal guidelines to minimize and reduce the risk of being exposed to the COVID-19 virus.

Any type of travel should be restricted to essential activities.

Both parties should maintain an open and transparent communication channel.
This means that both parties must be honest about any precautionary measures that they are taking while staying at home.

Try to be flexible and understanding with one another. There are very challenging times for everyone. Unexpected events or incidents may occur that could disrupt the previously agreed sharing time. The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) reminds all parents that “adversity can become an opportunity for parents to come together and focus on what is best for the child. It’s important for every child to know and remember that both parent did everything they could to explain what was happening and to keep their child safe.” For more information, click here.

API Legal Outreach 는 코로나 사태 중에도 임차인(세입자)들과 집을 잃을 처지에 처한 주택 소유자들 위해 일을 하고 있습니다.

샌프란시스코나 오클랜드는 주택과 관련하여 미국내에서 아직도 가장 

비싼 지역으로 꼽히고 있습니다. 두도시는 계속해서 주택의 수요와 공급에 있어서 심각한 주택난을 겪고 있습니다. 이번 코로나 사태는 이런 주택난의 골을 더 깊게 하고 있는 상황입니다. 우리 모두 경제난에 시달리면서 미래가 불투명한 가운데 특히 자가격리 자체가 어려운 분들도 많이 있습니다. 이 상황에서 본인의 거주지를 지키는 일은 더 큰 어려움으로 다가오고 있습니다.

코로나 사태 기간중 임차인(세입자)의 권리

이번 코로나 사태 기간중 임차인(세입자)들을 위한 특별 보호법이 있음을 알려며 임차인( 세입자)분들 중 저희 도움이 필요하신 경우 저희에게 연락하시길 권장합니다.

특히 아래와 같은 사항이라면 즉시 연락하십시오.

  1. 거주지(집)를 잃을 것 같은 상황
  2. 임차인(세입자)인 경우, 임대인(집주인)이 모르는 서류에 싸인을 하라고 할 경우 그리고/또는

  3. 거주지(집)와 관련 어떠한 통지서를 받으셨다면

San Francisco 강제퇴거 정지
  • 샌프란시스코 시장 특별 명령으로 최소한 2개월간은 임차인(세입자)를 주택으로 부터 강제퇴거 할수 없게 했습니다.. 이 명령6 월 30 일까지만 유효합니다. 하지만 폭력으로 인한 건강과 안전에 위협을 끼치는 경우는 예외 입니다.
  • 샌프란시스코의 임차인(세입자)들은 아래와 같은 조항을 이행하신다면 월세 지불를 임시로 보류 하실수도 있습니다.
  1. 임차인(세입자)이 월세 지불을 할수 없다는 내용을 매달 월세 내야 하는 날 30일전에 임대인(집주인)에게 통지서를 보냈다면
  2. 임대인(집주인)에게 통지서 제출 후 일주일내에 월세를 낼 수 없게된 이유를 증명할 수 있는 근거서류를 제출하셨다면( 상세하게 코로나 사태가 미친 영향을 적으셔야 합니다)

    그리고

  3. 7월 22일 후  6개월내에 체납된 월세를 완납하도록 임대인(집주인)과  

                         신뢰를 근거로 상의하여 6개월 동안 지급할 예정이시라면

오클랜드시 주민을 위한 보호법

알라미다 카운티의 의원들은 비상 특별법을 제정해 알라미다 카운티내에 강제퇴거를 중단하였습니다. 물론 강제퇴거가 건강과 안전에 위협을 하는 경우는 제외됩니다.  이 명령은 비상 특별법이  끝난 후 30일까지는 유효합니다

이 정지명령은 또한 임대인(집주인)이 월세 체납수수료 요구 와 월세 인상을 3.5% 이상 하는것을 막았습니다.

건물주는 코로나 사태로 인해 수입이 현저하게 줄었거나  과대한 지출을 해야만 했던 임차인(세입자)이 월세를 내지 못했다고 해서 강제로 퇴거 시킬수는  없습니다. 하지만 그 기간동안 미납된 월세는 나중에 지불하셔야 합니다.

코로나 사태로 인해 집을 잃을 상황에(Foreclosure) 처한 주택 소유자를 위한 캘리포니아주 와 연방정부의 보호책

 

집을 잃은(foreclosure)상황에 놓인 주택 소유자들을 위한 정보                                               집을 잃을(foreclosure) 상황에 처한 임대인(세입자)들을 위한 정보

캘리포니아 주의 특별 명령 N-28-20: 주택 소유자 포클로져(foreclosures): 현재 7 월 28 일까지 중단되었습니다.

캘리포니아 주법: 연 계약이 아닌 매월 계약/ 단기계약중인 세입자의 거주지가 포클로져(foreclosure)로 인해 팔린 경우는 임대 계약 조기 종료서를 90일전에  서면상으로 통보해야 합니다.

연방정부 보호책-CARES ACT정책의 일환으로 주택소유자가 연방지원을 받고 있는 주택 융자회사의 주택융자금을 이번 사태로 상환하지 못하고 있다면 서면상으로 최대한 180일간까지 보류요청을 요구할수 있으며 상황에 따라 추가 서류 제출로 180일간 더 보류요청이 가능합니다.

위와 같은 혜택기간은 비상 상황기간이 종료되거나 그렇지 않을 경우는 올해 12월 31일까지만 해당됩니다

캘리포니아주 법: 집이 넘어(foreclosure) 가기 전에 임대계약이 성사되었다면 그 임대계약이 끝날때까지 계약내용이 준수되어야 할 것 입니다. 

예외의 경우, 새 구매자가 그 구매한 건물에 거주할 예정이고 90일전에 서면으로 임차인(세입자)에게 통지한 후 경우라면 임대계약 만료되기 전에 계약이 조기종료 될수도 있습니다.

캘리포니아 법원 결정-캘리포니아 비상 특별법 Rule N0. 2 (2020년 4월 6일)에 따라 법원 결정의 foreclosures는 임시 중단한 상태입니다.

이 비상 특별법은 코로나 사태가 해결된 후 90일 까지는 유효할 것이며 또는 법원에서 특별법을 중지할 때 까지 입니다.

본인이 임대한 주택이 foreclosure 중인지는 어떻게 알수 있는지?

임차인(세입자)은 카운티 사무실(county recorder’s office)의 웹싸이트(online records of NOD &/or NTS)에 가서 임대인(집주인)의 이름을 입력후 확인해 보실수 있습니다. 그리고 카운티 사무실에 등록 신청하여  foreclosure 와 관련된 주택 융자 상환금 지불 의무 불이행에 대한 서면통지(Notice of Default, NOD) 그리고 수탁자에 의한 세일 통지서(Notice of Trustee’s Sale, NTS) 의 사본을 받아 보실수 있습니다.

아래와 같은 문제로 도움이 필요하시면 저희 API Legal Outreach 로 연락하세요.

  • 주택 융자 상환금 지불 의무 불이행에 대한 서면통지/ 해결할 권리
  • 의무 불이행에 대한 서면통지
  • 수탁자에 의한 세일 통지서
  • 경매 세일 및 다른 경로로 세일이 이행될 경우

캘리포니아 법-임차인(세입자)의 임대 보증금

전 임대인(집주인)이 임대계약을 종료시켰다면 아래와 같이 나열한 부분을 따라야 할것 입니다.

(1) 합법적으로 임대보증금에서 제 할 부분을 제한 후 나머지 보증금은 새 구매자에게 양도하여야 하며 그러한 내용은 임차인(세입자)에게도 알려야 합니다.

또는

(2) 합법적으로 임대보증금에서 제 할 부분은 제한후 나머지 잔액은 임차인(세입자)에게 돌려주어야 합니다.

전 임대자(전 집주인)가 위의 사항 (1)또는(2) 조항을 이행하지 않았을 경우는 새 구매자(현 집주인)가 그 의무를 수행해야 합니다.

 

위에 나열한 정보는 상황에 따라 각 관계기관들의 예고없이  변동될 수도 

    있습니다.

   

*This is not tax advice. Ask a tax professional if you have any questions about your taxes.*
Where can I get help to file my 2018-19 tax return?

East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation (EBALDC) hosts the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Project providing free tax preparation for low-income individuals and families. EBALDC has closed the three sites (Asian Resource Center, LCC, and Laney College) and has temporarily redirected their services to 1825 San Pablo Suite 200, Oakland, CA due to COVID-10.  Appointment is required and can be scheduled by calling (510) 693-3043 or online here in English and in Chinese, Spanish, Vietnamese and Mongolian. All services are drop-off only due to the shelter-in-place orders.

*This is not tax advice. Ask a tax professional if you have any questions about your taxes.*

When is the new deadline to file for taxes?

Due to COVID-19, the Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service extended the filing deadline for tax returns from April 15 to July 15, 2020. In California, taxpayers will have until July 15, 2020 to file and pay income taxes

*This is not tax advice. Ask a tax professional if you have any questions about your taxes.*

비영리 단체 그리고 소규모 사업자들- 저희가 도움을 드릴수 있습니다.

저희 APILO 의 변호사들은 소규모 사업자들과 비영리단체를 위한 법안 CARES ACT 외 다른 재정보조 프로그램과 관련하여 도움을 드릴수 있도록 대기하고 있습니다.

  1. 제 2차 소규모 사업자를 위한 예산안 금액 $484 billion이 4월 23일자로 통과 되었습니다. 특히 예산안중 $60 billion 은 큰 금융회사가 아닌 크레닛 유니언이나 소규모 융자회사에게 분배에서 실제로 소상공인들이 도움을 받을수 있도록 할 것입니다.

  2. 중소기업청(The Small Business Administration) 에서 다시 신청서 접수를 받게되면 빨리 신청하시길 권장합니다. 이번에도 신청자들이 너무 많아 자금이 바로 고갈될수 있으니 그에 필요한 구비서류를 미리 준비해 두세요.
  3. 캘리포니아 주 Kamala Harris 의원은 소수민족 소상공인들도 위의 프로그램을 차별없이 융자법에 따라 제공받을수 있도록 중소기업청(SBA)에 요구 했다고 합니다.
  4. 급여보호 융자(Paycheck Protection Program)와 경제패해 재난융자(Economic Injury Disaster Loan) 신청자격과 과정에 대해서 궁금한 사항이 있으시면 저희 사무실로 연락 하시길 바랍니다.
  5. CARES ACT 프로그램 상황과 자격조건은 계속 변동이 되고 있다는 사실을 염두 하십시요. 좀 더 정확한 정보를 원하시면 저희 사무실 (415)-567-6255 또는 (510) 251-2846로 문의 하시길 바랍니다.

추가적인 정보도 준비중이니 다시 방문하셔서 확인하시기 바랍니다.

APILO 제공하는 코로나 바이러스 유행 기간 동안 중 청소년을위한 프로그램들과 서비스

APILO 청소년 자문위원회 (YAC) 인턴 들이 청소년 중심 적이고 외상 정보 사회 서비스 대한 “Bay Area Youth COVID-19″ 자원 목록을 만들었습니다. 이 목록에는 음식, 가정 폭력, 정신 건강, 신체 건강, 자원 봉사, 가상 공동체 공간 및 취미에 대한 자원 정보가 포함되어있습니다. 이 목록은 소셜 미디어 그래픽, 이메일공공 서비스 발표, 학교, 입소문, YAC  웹 페이지, 인스타그램,블로그 들을 통해 홍보되고 있습니다

    • Bay Area Youth COVID-19″ 자원 목록: http://tinyurl.com/yacresources20
    • YAC 봉사 활동인스타그램 교육 지원 자료https://www.instagram.com/apiloyac/

APILO의 청소년 프로그램은 현재의 청소년의 특별한 요구와 필요에 부응하도록 아래와 같은 방법으로 모든 프로그램을 수정했습니다. 

    • 봉사 활동 확대
    • 가상 체크인 ,더 자주 청소년 프로그램 인턴들과 미팅(일주일 3-4 번 소규모 , 또는 큰 그룹 미팅)
    • 기밀 텍스트 (415-935-3313) 와 이메일(yp@apilegaloutreach.org)을 통해 대중에게 개방되어 있습니다. 

I am in need of help and/or would like to volunteer in San Francisco. What opportunities are available and how can I sign up?

The following food programs help our community through this difficult time, and also some seek volunteers. Please see their : 

Self-Help for the Elderly Food Delivery: email josephinem@selfhelpelderly.org or call at 415-606-8111 (including weekend) to volunteer.

I would like to help and/or volunteer in Oakland. What opportunities are available and how can I sign up?
  • Oakland At Risk matches volunteers with at-risk-individuals individuals in the community who need help getting groceries, picking up prescriptions, and checking in every couple of days in Piedmont, San Leandro and Alameda. 

The Oakland Resource Project allows you to search resources like food, shelter, clothing, counseling, and personal hygiene.

PLEASE CALL US at (415) 567-6255 or (510) 251-2846

We have attorneys and staff who speak English, Spanish, Chinese, Tagalog, Japanese, Vietnamese and Korean available to answer your call during business hours, and will be checking messages left after-hours and on weekends.  Please call us to learn more about the topics listed above, or to get legal advice in the numerous areas of law in which we specialize. 

APILO Spring Newsletter - Special Edition - Earlier Volumes 

APILO Spring Newsletter 2020 - Volume 1 - Special Edition - Published April 18, 2020 - Economic Relief and Hate Crimes
APILO Spring Newsletter 2020 - Volume 2 - Special Edition - Published April 23, 2020 - Immigration
Nothing on this website constitutes legal advice. This information rapidly changes.  It is best to consult an attorney to get the most up-to-date advice for your particular situation.  

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