By CBS3 Staff

TRENTON, N.J. (CBS) — If your home was damaged by the remnants of Hurricane Ida, you have a little more time to ask for help from the federal government. FEMA announced Friday people in New Jersey now have until Jan. 5 to sign up for financial assistance.

The deadline was supposed to be next week.

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You can get reimbursed for property damage, rental assistance, lost property and anything else not covered by insurance.

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The deadline to apply for help in Pennsylvania is next Friday.

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Click here to apply for FEMA assistance.