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NETHERLANDS' ACT (WUV)
WUV is a Dutch acronym for payments the Dutch government makes under the Netherlands' Act on Benefits for Victims of Persecution 1940-1945. These payments are for both Dutch and non-Dutch people who, during the German and Japanese occupation of the Netherlands and Netherlands East Indies (now the Republic of Indonesia) in World War II, were victims of persecution because of their race, religion, beliefs, or homosexuality and, as a result of that persecution, suffer from illness or disability. Payments under this Act began 1-1-73, and include 4 categories of benefits: periodic income payments; compensation for non-definable disability expenses (Dutch acronym, NMIK); reimbursement of persecution-related disability expenses; and partial compensation for persecution-related disability expenses. See 0015.27 (Excluded Assets - Income), 0017.15.57 (Payments to Persecution Victims).
SNAP: A unit member who is not applying for SNAP. The non-applicant’s income and assets may be deemed toward the eligible unit members. See 0011.03.09 (Non-Citizens - SNAP/MSA/GA/GRH), 0011.03.27 (Undocumented and Non-Immigrant People), 0015.48 (Whose Assets to Consider), 0016.42 (Income of Non-Applicants).
A person who is not a United States citizen. See 0011.03 (Citizenship and Immigration Status).
A birth or adoptive mother or father who is not living in the home. See TEMPORARY ABSENCE in 0002.65 (Glossary: Suitable...).
NON-FRAUD CLIENT ERROR OVERPAYMENTS
Non-fraudulent OVERPAYMENTS caused by a client's action or inaction.
NON-HOMESTEAD REAL PROPERTY
Any REAL PROPERTY which does not meet a program's definition of HOMESTEAD. See 0015.12.03 (Excluded Assets - Homestead).
A NON-CITIZEN legally present in the United States on a temporary basis such as a visitor, tourist, diplomat, student, and some temporary or agricultural workers. See 0010.18.21 (Identify Non-Immigrant or Undocumented People), 0010.18.21.03 (Non-Immigrant People: USCIS Class Codes), 0011.03.27 (Undocumented and Non-Immigrant People).
A person who is a CAREGIVER for a child but who is not the child's PARENT.
NON-REAL PROPERTY USED AS A HOME
For example: boats, campers, and vehicles used as the person's residence.
Income the county agency and the unit do not anticipate the client to receive more than once. For more information about specific program provisions, see 0017.01 (Non-Recurring Income).
NON-RECURRING LUMP SUM
SNAP: Money received in the form of a non-recurring lump sum payment including, but not limited to, income tax refunds, rebates, or credits; retroactive lump-sum social security, SSI, public assistance, railroad retirement benefits, or other payments, lump sum insurance settlements, or refunds of security deposits on rental property or utilities. See 0015.60 (Evaluation of Lump Sums).
NON-RECURRING MEDICAL EXPENSES
A medical expense reasonably expected to be a 1 time occurrence; for example, glasses. Also see RECURRING MEDICAL EXPENSES in 0002.55 (Glossary: Recipient...).
A signed contract which also contains a Notary Public's seal and signature.
NOTICE OF EXPIRATION
SNAP: A notice used to inform SNAP participants of the date their current CERTIFICATION PERIOD ends, the last day the UNIT may apply for RECERTIFICATION with uninterrupted BENEFITs, and their rights and responsibilities concerning recertification.
NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FOR SENIORS (NAPS)
A federal nutrition program administered by the Minnesota Department of Health. This program gives commodity food and recipes to seniors 60 years or older. NAPS is part of the Commodity Supplemental Food Program. See 0011.21 (Receipt of Other Assistance), 0029.07.12 (Commodity Supplemental Food Program).
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Updated: 12/1/14 12:01 AM