If I was recently turned down for section 8. Is it possible to apply at a different location. I applied at one apt.

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Customer: If I was recently turned down for section 8. Is it possible to apply at a different location
JA: What steps have you taken so far? Have you prepared or filed any paperwork?
Customer: Yes I applied at one apt. Complex and turned down, but am appealing. Can I apply elsewhere
JA: Where is the property located?
Customer: Evansville Indiana
JA: Is there anything else the Lawyer should know before I connect you? Rest assured that they'll be able to help you.
Customer: Yes I have an appointment for appeal this morning and just want to be prepared
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My name is ***** ***** I am an attorney. I am happy to assist you! I am reviewing what you wrote and will be providing a response momentarily.
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It sounds like you want to know if you can apply for multiple housing or waiting lists even though one of them turned you down. Is that about right?

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Attorney Matt, Expert

Since I have not heard back from you, I want to provide you with an answer in a general sense from the information you have provided to me. You can always ask a follow-up question.

You should be able to apply to various housing opportunities even if you were turned down for one of them.

You can apply to multiple waiting lists. Not all local areas will have the same standards and rules since rental markets vary from city to city, and within different states.

Note though, however, duplicate applications for the same waiting list may be terminated.

Keep a record of all waiting lists for which you apply. 

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Hello again. In case you missed my last response, I want to provide it to you again. You can always ask a follow-up question.

You should be able to apply to various housing opportunities even if you were turned down for one of them.

You can apply to multiple waiting lists. Not all local areas will have the same standards and rules since rental markets vary from city to city, and within different states.

Note though, however, duplicate applications for the same waiting list may be terminated.

Keep a record of all waiting lists for which you apply.

I have been happy to assist you with this question.

For future questions you want me to answer, you can use the "Ask me a new question" feature on your My Questions page. Or you can "favorite" me which adds me as a favorite Expert for future questions. Best regards!

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