How do you qualify for Ojibwa housing?


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To qualify for rental housing from the Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Housing Authority, applicants must meet the housing authority's family composition and income requirements. In addition, the family must be an Indian family or if the applicants are a non-Indian family, they must prove that their presence in the community is necessary to ensure the well-being of the Indian community members, reports the housing authority.

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Applicants must also provide Social Security numbers for every person on the rental application, explains the housing authority. Applicants must also prove that they are U.S. citizens or prove non-citizen eligibility. An applicant must be a legal adult on the date he files an application.

As of 2015, if an applicant owes money to the housing authority, he must reduce the balance by one-third or $250 in order to have the housing authority consider his rental application. The applicant must also prove that the circumstances that led to his prior lack of timely payments have been resolved satisfactorily and that he is able to make new payments on time.

Upon review of the application, the housing authority informs the applicant of his eligibility status in writing. The housing authority places eligible applicants on a waiting list, while ineligible applicants have the option of filing an appeal.

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