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ISSUE DATE: 02/2018

A parole violator is a person (including a minor) who admits in writing on the Combined Application Form (CAF), Combined Application – Addendum (for SNAP (food) and cash assistance programs), or Minnesota Transition Application Form (MTAF) that he/she is currently in violation of a condition of probation, parole, or supervised release. This also applies if the county agency has other reliable verified documentation that the client is a parole violator.

A parole violator is disqualified for assistance until he/she provides documentation that the violation has been cured.

Deny or terminate assistance for ONLY the parole violator. The remaining unit members may receive assistance if eligible.

Determine if you must count the income and assets of the disqualified person. Follow the current deeming policy. See 0015.48 (Whose Assets to Consider), 0016 (Income From People Not in the Unit).


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