Each person seeking the relief must have a US social security number, Silver noted, and the deadline for the US to provide the money is December 31, 2020

WASHINGTON - US President Donald Trump on Friday has signed into law a historical bipartisan relief bill, estimated at $2 trillion, in an attempt to boost the economy and help Americans to handle payments at a time when millions of people have lost their jobs.Notably, the new bill includes stimulus checks of up to $1200 to every American and an additional $500 for a child. According to Monte Silver, a US tax attorney living in Israel, American citizens and Greencard holders living in Israel around the world are eligible to receive monetary relief as well.

“The maximum amount (of $1200 for an individual or $2400 for married couples who files jointly) is available for individuals income no more than $75,000 ($150,000 for a married couple), or $112,500 for a head of household,” he told The Jerusalem Post. “The relief gradually phases out for individuals earning more than these amounts.” Read more at JPost