I went to an appointment Jan 2019. I was called from 2008 waiting list. Now it's Jan 2020 and they have not determined eligibility even though they received all necessary documents since Aug 2019 after am informal hearing.
AHHHHHHHHHHHHH. Welcome to Miami Dade County government :)
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Just keep on them. And BE NICE. As my mom always said, "you can catch more flies with honey than you can with vinegar." Government delays can be somewhat common these days, depending on a number of factors, and it seems we never do find out which one(s) in particular are at fault. And here, it's not really a year, as they got the documents in August, no? Nevertheless, 4-5 months does sound a bit long. In any event, there's nothing anyone can do for you here on line. If you can't get them to nudge yourself, perhaps go in for a quick consult with a local tenants lawyer. If you have little income, and no substantial assets, you should be able to get some assistance from local legal aid. Hope this helps. gsg
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