ROCKFORD, Ill. (WTVO) — Over a million Illinois residents are getting a second Facebook settlement payment.

Facebook began sending out the additional $30 payments to users last week who successfully cashed their initial payment of $397 last year.

The lawsuit resulted from Facebook’s facial recognition search, which a judge ruled violated a clause in Illinois’ Biometric Privacy Act, which prevents companies from collecting fingerprints, face scans, or iris scans without permission.

The additional payment is coming from the $43 million left over after 100,000 Illinois residents filed a claim but did not cash their first check. Those checks had a void date of August.