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STATE RESIDENCE - EXCLUDED TIME

ISSUE DATE: 12/2014

Moving from another state directly into an excluded time residence in Minnesota may prevent people from gaining Minnesota residence until they leave the excluded time residence.


MFIP, DWP, GA:

People cannot gain state residence while residing in an excluded time residence.

Time spent in a battered women's shelter counts toward the 30-day requirement. This means a woman can gain residency while she is still in the shelter (that is, cash assistance may be issued on the 31st day, while the woman is in the shelter) if she is otherwise eligible. See 0010.18.33 (Verifying Family Violence), 0011.06 (State Residence), 0011.06.09 (State Residence - 30-Day Requirement).


SNAP:

No provisions.


MSA:

People cannot gain state residence while living in an excluded time residence.


GRH:

Follow MSA for aged, blind, or disabled participants. Follow MFIP for all other adults.

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