The Housing Choice Voucher Program Section 8 is open to U.S citizens or eligible non-citizens with family income less than 50 percent of the median income in their community, according to the Department of Housing and Ur... More »

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To qualify for Section 8 housing, a person's household usually needs to have limited income and at least one member who is a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen. Being qualified for Section 8 housing is no guarantee ... More »

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The Section 8 rental assistance program is for people who are low income, elderly or have disabilities. There are additional requirements that must be met, including citizenship requirements. More »

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The local public housing agency can help someone with a Section 8 voucher find housing that accepts these vouchers, as the Department of Housing and Urban Development explains. Public housing agencies, which are funded b... More »

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Participants in the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program can use any housing search method to find any condo, apartment or single family home whose landlord agrees to participate in the program, as the U.S. Departmen... More »

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Participants in the Section 8 voucher program can choose any type of housing they wish as long as it meets program requirements, explains the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Voucher recipients are respo... More »

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Section 8 housing choice vouchers are available to eligible low-income U.S. citizens and some categories of eligible immigrants to assist with housing expenses, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Devel... More »

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