Terminate child care assistance when:
· The family asks you to close their case.
· The family is no longer eligible. There are different eligibility requirements at redetermination than during a family’s 12 month eligibility period.
- At redetermination, families must meet eligibility requirements in Chapter 4 (Eligibility requirements) and Chapter 6 (Income eligibility).
- There are limited reasons for termination during the 12 month eligibility period. Do not apply redetermination eligibility requirements during the 12 month eligibility period.
· A member of the family has been disqualified.
Send a notice of termination to the family at least 15 calendar days before closing the case. See Chapter 12.3.12 (Termination notices - Family).
During the 12 month eligibility period, you must terminate a family’s eligibility when:
· The family’s income exceeds 85% of SMI
· A parent in the household is not engaged in an authorized activity meeting minimum activity requirements.
· The family has not paid their copayment.
· The family moves out of state.
· The family moves to a new county and did not contact the new county within 60 days.
· The family’s time on portability pool ends and there is not funding for BSF.
· There are no eligible children in the household.
· The only parent in the household has been temporarily absent for more than 60 days and is not in an authorized activity. See Chapter 5.6 (CCAP family – Temporary absence).
· The family’s MFIP eligibility ends, they are not eligible for TY and there is not funding for BSF.
Minnesota Statutes 119B.025
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