The state of Illinois now has a mechanism to trace your payment, but many residents have been kept waiting for one-time direct payments worth up to $700 to be made.
The 6 million residents will receive a total of $1.2 billion.
Each qualified person will get $50 (or $100 if filing jointly), in addition to $100 per dependant for a maximum of three dependents.
That indicates that a married couple with three kids will be given a $400 refund.
The total amount you could get is $700 because the property tax rebate is worth $300.
The annual income requirement for eligible people was $250,000, or $500,000 if married and filing a joint return.
A little more than $200 will be deposited into the accounts of people who earn roughly $40,000 year,
and up to $7,000 in rebates will be received by those who earn $1 million or more.
As part of the initiative, recipients in Cook County, Illinois, would receive $500 checks per month for two years.
On December 15, the first payment will be made.
In contrast, hundreds of black pregnant women in California will get between $600 and $1,000 over the course of the upcoming year.