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Rubio, Cassidy, Daines, and Romney Introduce Family-focused Economic Impact Payments Legislation

Jul 30, 2020 | Comunicados de Prensa

Washington, D.C. — U.S. Senators Marco Rubio (R-FL), Bill Cassidy, M.D. (R-LA), Steve Daines (R-MT), and Mitt Romney (R-UT) introduced legislation that would provide increased Economic Impact Payments (EIP) to American families by equalizing EIPs per person, regardless of age or dependent status. This legislation also includes an eligibility provision from Senator Rubio’s American Citizen Coronavirus Relief Act (S. 4071), which would amend the CARES Act to allow American citizens who are married to a foreign national to also receive EIP.  

El Coronavirus Assistance for American Families Act would provide payments of $1,000 for both adults and children with social security numbers (SSNs). A family of four would receive an additional $600 more than under the CARES Act. The legislation ensures that all U.S. citizens are treated equally regardless of marital status. A one-pager can be found here

“As Congress continues to negotiate another economic response to the pandemic, we should prioritize direct assistance to those who need it most,” Rubio said. “American families are among the hardest hit, facing unexpected challenges like homeschooling, child care shortages, and unemployment. Congress must take steps to help ensure that parents and children are able to manage and recover from the impact of this crisis as the American people continue to navigate these uncertain times.”

“So much of the burden of the pandemic has fallen on parents and children,” Cassidy said. “This legislation prioritizes their needs by providing resources for school supplies, childcare, and other unexpected expenses.”

“This is about putting more money in the hands of Montana families who are struggling to get by because of the COVID-19 pandemic,” Daines said. “This will increase the amount of money Montana moms and dads can receive in their direct checks for each child and other dependents including those with disabilities. Montana families are dealing with extraordinary challenges as a result of the pandemic. This will give them an extra boost during these tough times.”

 

“With schools moving children to online learning from home, families in Utah and across the country have experienced unexpected challenges and additional costs for supplies during the last several months,” Romney said. “As we consider additional relief measures, we should prioritize families by providing them with resources to help with the extra expenses they face as a result of COVID-19.”

El Coronavirus Assistance for American Families Act would:

  • Disburse Economic Impact Payments of $1,000 for both adults and children with social security numbers (SSNs) equally, $2,000 if filing jointly. A family of four would receive $4,000, which is $600 more than they received under the CARES Act.
  • Includes eligibility for adult dependents, including those with disabilities or college students.
  • Includes eligibility for U.S. citizens married to foreign nationals but does not include eligibility for foreign nationals or ITIN filers.

 RUBIO, CASSIDY, DAINES Y ROMNEY PRESENTAN LEY  SOBRE PAGOS DE ALIVIO POR EL IMPACTO ECONÓMICO ENFOCADA EN LA FAMILIA 

Washington, D.C. — Los senadores estadounidenses Marco Rubio (R-FL), Bill Cassidy, M.D. (R-LA), Steve Daines (R-MT) y Mitt Romney (R-UT) presentaron una ley que proporcionaría un aumento en los Pagos de Alivio por el Impacto Económico (EIP, por sus siglas en inglés) a las familias estadounidenses igualando los EIP por persona, independientemente de la edad o de si es reclamado como dependendiente. Esta legislación también incluye una disposición de co-autoría del senador Rubio La Ley de Alivio al Ciudadano Americano por el Coronavirus (S. 4071), que enmendaría la Ley CARES para permitir que los ciudadanos estadounidenses que están casados ??con un extranjero también reciban un cheque de estímulo económico.

La Ley de Asistencia de Coronavirus para Familias Americanas proporcionaría pagos de $1,000 dólares para adultos y niños con números de seguro social (SSN). Una familia de cuatro personas recibiría $600 dólares más que bajo la Ley CARES. La legislación garantiza que todos los ciudadanos estadounidenses sean tratados por igual, independientemente del estado civil. El resumen de La Ley de Asistencia de Coronavirus para las Familias Americanas se encuentra aquí.

“Mientras el congreso de EE.UU. continúa negociando otra ayuda económica por la pandemia, debemos priorizar la asistencia directa a quienes más lo necesitan”, Rubio dijo. “Las familias estadounidenses se encuentran entre las más afectadas, enfrentando desafíos inesperados como la educación en el hogar, la escasez de cuidado infantil y el desempleo. El congreso debe tomar medidas para ayudar a garantizar que los padres y los niños puedan recuperarse del impacto de esta crisis a medida que el pueblo americano continúa navegando estos tiempos inciertos”.

La Ley de Asistencia de Coronavirus para las Familias Americanas:

  • Desembolsaría Pagos de Alivio por el Impacto Económico de $1,000 dólares para adultos y niños con números de Seguro Social (SSN) por igual, $2,000 dólares si presentan impuestos conjuntamente. Una familia de cuatro personas recibiría $ 4,000 dólares, que serían $600 dólares más de lo que recibieron bajo la Ley CARES.
  • Incluye elegibilidad para dependientes adultos, incluidos aquellos con discapacidades o estudiantes universitarios.
  • Incluye elegibilidad para ciudadanos estadounidenses casados ??con ciudadanos extranjeros, pero no incluye la elegibilidad para ciudadanos extranjeros o declarantes de ITIN.