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INELIGIBILITY IN A PROSPECTIVE MONTH - SNAP

ISSUE DATE: 12/2014

MFIP, DWP, MSA, GA:
See 0022.03.03 (Ineligibility in a Prospective Month - Cash).


SNAP:
SIX-MONTH REPORTING UNITS AND CHANGE REPORTING UNITS


If the unit is ineligible in the month of application and the following month, deny benefits.

If the unit is ineligible for the month of application but eligible in the following month, deny benefits for the 1st month and open for the 2nd month without requiring a new application.


UNCLE HARRY FOOD SUPPORT UNITS


If the unit is ineligible for both prospective months, deny benefits.

If the unit is ineligible for the 1st prospective month but eligible for the 2nd prospective month, deny benefits for the 1st month and open for the 2nd month without requiring a new application. Use prospective budgeting for the 1st 2 months of eligibility.

If the unit is eligible for the 1st prospective month but ineligible for the 2nd prospective month, suspend the case for the 2nd month.

Do not suspend prospectively and retrospectively for the same change. If you suspend the case prospectively, count non-recurring income retrospectively only if you did not count the non-recurring income in the prospective month. For this purpose, treat a 3rd or 5th paycheck as non-recurring income. See 0022.06.03 (When Not to Budget Income in Retro. Cases).

For information on Uncle Harry Food Support Benefits, see 0022.24 (Uncle Harry Food Support Benefits).


GRH:

No provisions.

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