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Call the WIC clinic location nearest to your residence.  When you call your local clinic, the staff will be able to answer your questions and get you started with a certification appointment.  You will need to bring the following information to your certification appointment: 
• Each person who is applying for WIC.
• A parent, guardian, or caretaker of an infant, child, or woman under 18 years old who is applying for WIC. 
• Proof of income. 
• Income documents for everyone in your family who works or has a source of income.
For Example:
• Paycheck stub(s) for the past 30 days; if paid biweekly, bring 2 pay stubs; or, if paid weekly, bring 4 pay stubs.
• Award letter for alimony, child support, social security (including SSI).
• Unemployment or worker’s compensation statement.
You may automatically be income eligible if you or certain family members participate in Medicaid, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) or Food Stamps (SNAP). (Proof of eligibility is needed.)
Proof of identity for yourself and each person who is applying for WIC.
For Example:
• Driver’s license
• Hospital record
• Photo ID
• Immunization record
• Marriage license
• Birth certificate
• Proof of Address
For Example:
• Bill or business letter addressed to you
• Rent receipt
• Current driver’s license
• Immunization Record(s) for all infants and children up to age 2 years who are applying for WIC.
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