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Combined Manual


GLOSSARY: DEED...

ISSUE DATE: 12/2014
Revision #11

DEED
Legal document which conveys ownership of property between parties.

DEEM

To count all or part of the income from responsible members who are not in the UNIT toward the benefit as if it were income the unit had received. See 0016 (Income From People Not in the Unit).

DEFER

SNAP: Defer a mandatory FSET participant if all of the FSET funding has been used. See TEMP Manual TE02.05.70 (FSET Exemption/Participation Status).

DEFERRED ACTION

See “Other Discretionary Classifications” in 0011.03.24 (Non-Citizens - Lawfully Residing People).

DEFERRED ENFORCED DEPARTURE (DED)

See “Other Discretionary Classifications” in 0011.03.24 (Non-Citizens - Lawfully Residing People).

DENIAL

The act of disapproving an APPLICATION for ASSISTANCE or an ADDENDUM asking to add a person to a grant.

DEPENDENT CARE DEDUCTION

An income deduction based on the cost of caring for a child or adult. See 0018.09 (Dependent Care Deduction).

DEPENDENT CHILD

MFIP, DWP: See MINOR CHILD in 0002.41 (Glossary: Medically Necessary...).

SNAP: A person under age 22 who is living with a parent(s). See 0011.24 (Able-Bodied Adults Without Dependents), 0014.03.06 (Determining the SNAP Unit).

DEPORTATION

Expulsion of a NON-CITIZEN from the United States.

DESTITUTE

SNAP: Describes MIGRANT AND SEASONAL FARMWORKER UNITS whose only income for the month is limited to the provisions listed in 0004.48 (Destitute Units--Migrant/Seasonal Farmworker).

DHS

The Minnesota Department of Human Services.

DIRECT CHILD SUPPORT

Support a custodial parent receives directly from a non-custodial parent even though receipt of support is assigned as a condition of receiving assistance.

DIRECT SPOUSAL SUPPORT

Support a client receives directly from a former spouse even though support is assigned as a condition of receiving assistance.

DISABILITY

Each program has its own requirements for disability/incapacity. See 0012.15 (Incapacity and Disability Determinations).

DISABILITY PENSION

A fixed sum paid regularly to disabled people or their dependents.

DISABLED

Each program has its own requirements for disability/incapacity. See 0010.18.06 (Verifying Disability/Incapacity - SNAP), 0012.15 (Incapacity and Disability Determinations), 0013.09.09 (MSA Basis - Disabled Age 18 and Older), 0013.15 (GA Bases of Eligibility).

MFIP, DWP : Participants are considered ill, injured, or incapacitated if there is professional certification of an illness, injury, or incapacity that is expected to last more than 30 days which severely limits the participant's ability to obtain or maintain suitable employment. Consider a participant to have met the employment related criteria for this category if the qualified professional determines that the participant's condition prevents him/her from working 20 or more hours per week. See 0010.18.05 (Verifying Disability/Incapacity - Cash).

DISASTER

See FNS DISASTER DECLARATION in 0002.25 (Glossary: First Adult...), NATURAL DISASTER in 0002.43 (Glossary: Money...).

DISCONJUGATE GAZE

GA : An inability to move both eyes in unison.

DISCOVERY DATE

The date the agency receives all documentation necessary to calculate a claim. See 0025.03 (Determining Incorrect Payment Amounts).


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