What are some examples of these kinds of proof?

Types of Integrity Documents

Please note: Proof of Identity must be in applicant's name. Proof of Residence must include current physical address.

  • Bill or account statement less than 60 days old (e.g., bank, credit card, loan papers, mortgage/rental, utility)
  • Birth certificate
  • Blank check
  • Check cashing, credit, or bank ATM card
  • Correspondence less than 60 days old (e.g., from WIC, DSS, School (K-12), university (only if in applicant's name) (Proof of Residence must include current address)
  • Food and Nutrition Services certification letter
  • Foster child placement letter
  • Hospital crib card or discharge papers
  • Hospital ID card or bracelet
  • Immunization record (only for infants and children)
  • Income tax filing for the most recent calendar year
  • Insurance card or insurance policy
  • LES (Military Leave and Earnings Statement)
  • Marriage license less than 60 days old
  • Medicaid or Medicaid Presumptive Eligibility (Must first verify current eligibility)
  • Mother's Verification of Facts (MVF) signed and dated copy less than 12 months old (only for infants)
  • Paycheck stub or direct deposit notification less than 60 days old
  • Permanent Residence Card ("Green Card")
  • Photo ID (current): DMV, governmental agency, passport, military, school
  • Property tax statement
  • Social security card
  • Unemployment letter/notice
  • Verification of Certification Card (VOC) (for current certification period)
  • Voter registration card for NC
  • Work ID card

Allowable Proof of Income

  • Medicaid card/presumptive eligibility form
  • Paycheck stub not over 30 days old
  • Food stamp certification letter
  • Recent tax return for self employment

Please bring proof of gross income for everyone in the household whom either works or receives any type of payments, such as child support, alimony, retirement, disability, unemployment checks, Social Security checks, student grants, etc.

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1. What is WIC?
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3. Who is eligible for WIC?
4. What does WIC provide?
5. How do I apply for WIC?
6. What do I need to bring to my appointment?
7. What are some examples of these kinds of proof?
8. What happens at the WIC appointment?
9. How long can I be on WIC?
10. Where can I use my WIC vouchers?