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Combined Manual


GLOSSARY: HONORARIA...

ISSUE DATE: 08/2012
Revision #4

HONORARIA
Payments given to professional people for services for which fees are not legally or traditionally required.

HOSPITAL

An INSTITUTION used primarily for the treatment and care of people with illnesses other than mental diseases and tuberculosis.

HOUSEHOLD

People who live together.

HOUSEHOLD REPORT FORM (DHS-2120)
(HRF)
A form used by CLIENTS to report income and circumstance changes.

HRF

See HOUSEHOLD REPORT FORM (HRF) above.

HUBER LAW

A federal law allowing people temporary release from jail to work, seek employment, or live with their families.

HUD

The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.

HUMANITARIAN PAROLE

See 0011.03.24 (Non-Citizens - Lawfully Residing People).

HUMAN SERVICES JUDGE

A person who presides over APPEAL hearings and issues a recommendation on the appealed matter to the Commissioner of DHS.

IEVS

A set of data exchanges with other state and federal sources that is used to verify income and assets of applicants for or participants of MFIP, WB, DWP or SNAP.

IMD

See INSTITUTION FOR MENTAL DISEASES (IMD) in 0002.33 (Glossary: Independent...).

IMMIGRANT

A person who leaves another country to settle permanently in the United States.

IMMIGRANT SPONSOR

A person, church, organization, or group agreeing to help receive and place refugees in the United States.

IMMIGRATION REFORM AND CONTROL ACT (IRCA)

The Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) of 1986, Public Law 99-603, which amended the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).

IMMIGRATION STATUS

The status of a person who is not a United States citizen. See 0011.03 (Citizenship and Immigration Status).

IMPROPER TRANSFER

When an ASSET is sold, given away, or otherwise disposed of for less than FAIR MARKET VALUE for the purpose of obtaining ASSISTANCE.

IN-KIND INCOME

Payment for a service in a form other than money, or receipt of non-cash gifts or non-cash contributions such as gift cards, food, or clothing. See 0017.15.24 (In-Kind Income).

GA : Income, benefits, or payments that are provided in a form other than money or LIQUID ASSETS, and which the APPLICANT or PARTICIPANT cannot legally require to be paid in cash to himself or herself, including goods, produce, services, privileges.

INCOME

CASH or an IN-KIND benefit whether earned or unearned, received by or available to an APPLICANT or PARTICIPANT that is not an ASSET.

INCOME COMPUTATION WORK SHEET

A state or COUNTY AGENCY form that shows the income and calculations used to determine NET INCOME.

INCOME-PRODUCING ASSET

An ASSET, LIQUID or non-liquid, that earns interest or produces income for the CLIENT. See 0015.09 (Excluded Assets for Self-Support), 0015.42 (Excluded Assets - Liquid Assets) to determine whether to exclude or count INCOME-PRODUCING ASSETS.

INDEMNITY BOND

A bond that provides reimbursement for a loss that results from a breach of trust. (For example, a VENDOR receives a check replacement and then cashes both the replacement check and the original check.)

INDEMNITY POLICY

An insurance policy that pays benefits directly to people for each day of hospitalization or for a specified injury and does not limit using benefits to paying for medical expenses.


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