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4.3.3.12 MFIP Fraud Disqualifications & Convictions

ISSUE DATE: 07/2012

Do not approve MFIP child care assistance under the MFIP sub-program for families when both parents have been disqualified from MFIP due to MFIP fraud. In a one parent household, do not approve MFIP child care if the parent has been disqualified from MFIP and there is a child only MFIP grant. Allow these families to apply for the Basic Sliding Fee (BSF) sub-program. Approve child care assistance for authorized activities if all BSF eligibility requirements are met.

If the family includes 2 parents and only 1 parent has been disqualified for MFIP fraud, you may still authorize child care assistance under the MFIP sub-program if:

The MFIP parent continues to meet the eligibility requirements in Chapter 4.3.3.3 (MFIP Overview).

AND

The non-MFIP parent meets the eligibility requirements in Chapter 4.3.12 (Basic Sliding

Fee (BSF)).

LEGAL AUTHORITY
Minnesota Statutes 119B.011 to 119B.24
Minnesota Statutes 256J

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