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  • MAK KAME
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    Originally posted by ellisonjfhan292 View Post
    Hello Everyone,

    I just moved to California and I am a bit confused because I am finding it hard to find a place to live. Many owners that I have met till now are not allowing me to have a pet without an ESA letter in their apartment. Does anybody has any idea about ESA and how I can get it easily. What are the requirements to qualify for an ESA Letter?


    TIA
    hey, it's too late to reply to your query but I found this link helpful you can visit this and can check their terms and conditions or to anyone who is in requirement of ESA letter.

    ESA letter qualification is a simple enough process. Learn in this article how you can qualify for an ESA letter by following simple steps.

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  • Eva Woods
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    Not many people write ESA letters. There really are no published standards at least that I know of, other than the standards that the agency supplying the animal establishes. There is certainly no training that I have ever seen on evaluating the need for an emotional support animal, and certainly no training on what type of animal, what the training of the animal needs to be etc.

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  • ellisonjfhan292
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    Re: How can I qualify for an ESA letter?

    Oh I am so sorry! Thank for helping me.

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  • admin
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    Re: How can I qualify for an ESA letter?

    Tia - you can find information about emotional support animals here: https://www.pettravel.com/passports_comfort_animals.cfm. Although this article is about flying with ESAs, the United States also has the Fair Housing Act which offers protections for owners with ESAs in regard to the provision of housing.
    Phil

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  • ellisonjfhan292
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    How can I qualify for an ESA letter?

    Hello Everyone,

    I just moved to California and I am a bit confused because I am finding it hard to find a place to live. Many owners that I have met till now are not allowing me to have a pet without an ESA letter in their apartment. Does anybody has any idea about ESA and how I can get it easily. What are the requirements to qualify for an ESA Letter?


    TIA
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