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REPAYING OVERPAYMENTS - NON-PARTICIPANTS

ISSUE DATE: 08/2016

Pursue recovery for any overpayment that is not exempt from recovery. Some overpayments are exempt from recovery. See 0025.12.03 (Overpayments Exempt From Recovery). For overpayments that are not exempt from recovery, follow the specific program provisions below.

See 0025.12.12 (Action on Overpayments - Time Limits) for the time frame for starting recovery.

For recovery methods, see 0025.21 (Recovery Methods).

Once a claim is set up on MAXIS, MAXIS will send a Notice of Overpayment. See 0025.21.07 (JOL - Establishing Claims), 0026.39 (Notice of Overpayment and Recoupment). TEMP Manual TE02.09.11 (Demand Letters for Overpayments).


MFIP, DWP:

You may use any combination of the methods listed in 0025.21 (Recovery Methods) for non-participants.

Recover overpayments from the following people who are not currently getting benefits:

People who were adult caregivers who were members of the unit or should have been members of the unit, relative caregivers and mandatory adults who are sanctioned or disqualified, or minor caregivers when the overpayment occurred.

Do not recover from a former participant unit member who was younger than 18 years old and not a minor caregiver when the overpayment occurred.

Sponsors of non-citizens, if you counted the sponsor's income and the sponsor willfully failed to give correct income information. Do not hold sponsors liable if they did not give correct information due to circumstances beyond their control.



SNAP:

You may use any combination of the methods listed in 0025.21 (Recovery Methods) for non-participants.

Recover overpayments from the following people who are not currently getting benefits:

People who were adult members of the unit or were mandatory adult members of the unit or should have been mandatory adult unit members, mandatory adults who are sanctioned or disqualified, when the overpayment occurred.

Do not recover from a former unit member who was younger than 18 years old when the overpayment occurred.

Sponsors of non-citizens, if you counted the sponsor's income and the sponsor willfully failed to give correct income information. Do not hold sponsors liable if they did not give correct information due to circumstances beyond their control.



MSA, GA:

Follow general provisions.


GRH:

No provisions.

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