Item 74 Citizenship is used to identify the citizenship/immigration status of persons receiving cash, medical or SNAP.

The following chart provides the category number(s) that corresponds to the description used in the PROGRAM(S) column of the Item 74 Charts. When the entry is "All Programs," it means all of the programs listed below.

PROGRAM(S) CATEGORY NUMBER(S)
TANF 04, 06, P4, P6
All Kids, Assist, Moms & Babies 94, 96
RRA Cash 00
RRA Medical 90
AATV 90
CGA 07
P3-TA (Chicago) P3
P3-MA (Other than Chicago) P3
SNAP Only 08
SNAP (under any category) SNAP authorized under a Cash or Medical ID number
AABD Cash 01, 02, 03
AABD Medical 91, 92, 93
QMB Only, SLIB Only, QI-1 Only 91, 92, 93
All Cash Programs 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, P4, 06, P6, 07, and P3-TA
All Medical Programs 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 96, and P3-MA

NOTE: For additional information on identifying citizenship status and Item 74, see WAG 25-02-01-a.

Enter one of the following codes for each person in the case.

ITEM 74 CODE PROGRAM(S) CITIZENSHIP/BCIS STATUS
-- All programs Payee not included in the unit.
30 RRA, CGA (adults), SNAP only
  • Citizen by birth in U.S. or possessions; or
  • Citizen by birth in foreign country of citizen parent(s) born in U.S.; or
  • Naturalized citizen; or
  • American Indian born in Canada.
31 All programs
  • Refugee admitted under Section 207; or
  • Asylee admitted under Section 208; or
  • Cuban-Haitian; or
  • Amerasian; or
  • Person whose deportation is being withheld under Section 243(h) or 241(b)(3); or
  • Trafficking victim; or the minor child, spouse, parent, or sibling of the trafficking victim
  • Member of a Hmong or Highland Laotian tribe, including the member's spouse, widow(er) who has not remarried, or unmarried dependent children; or
  • Iraqi or Afghan Special Immigrant.
32 All programs
  • Noncitizen who is a U.S. Veteran; or
  • Noncitizen on active duty with U.S. Armed Forces; or
  • Noncitizen spouse or unmarried dependent of Veteran or person on active duty.
For SNAP, use code 32 only if person also has qualifying INS status. See PM 03-01-03-f.
33 All programs
  • Person paroled for at least one year under Section 212(d)(5), or
  • Person granted conditional entry before 04/01/80 under Section 203(a)(7).
For SNAP, use code 33 only if the person has lived in the U.S. for at least 5 years.
34 SNAP Only, and SNAP with Medical if under age 19 Person lawfully admitted for permanent residence, credited with 40 qualifying quarters.
35 All programs Person in U.S. for at least 5 years and is currently lawfully admitted for permanent residence.
36 All Medical Programs Noncitizen Eligible for Emergency Medical or Prenatal through Postpartum Only.
37 All programs Code is used internally in AIS to indicate a person who is an ineligible noncitizen.
38 All Kids, or All Kids/SNAP, or Moms & Babies, or Moms & Babies/SNAP All Kids Share, All Kids Premium Levels 1-8, All Kids  Rebate Child under age 19 lawfully admitted for permanent residence less than 5 years ago, does not have 40 qualifying quarters, or qualifying quarters not determined. Use code 38 for All Kids Assist/SNAP or Moms & Babies/SNAP for a lawful permanent resident in the U.S. less than 5 years and who is under age 19. New textRequires entry of Item 80 code 789.
39 All Kids Assist, Moms & Babies, All Kids Share, All Kids Premium Levels 1-8, All Kids Rebate Child under age 19 who is lawfully present (formerly PRUCOL).
41 AATV Medical Asylum Applicant or Torture Victim
42 FS Only, Cash/SNAP, or Medical/SNAP Noncitizen who meets the immigration status of code 33 or code 44 or is a lawful permanent resident in the U.S. less than 5 years and is under 18 or is disabled or blind (meets the definition of a qualifying member not due to age) or was legally in the U.S. on 08/22/96 (born on or before 08/22/31). For cash or medical without SNAP, use code 33 or 35. Use code 38 for LPR for children under 19 on All Kids.
43 AABD(A) (Category 01 or 91) Noncitizen, age 65 or older, who legally resided in the U.S. on 08/22/96, and who is ineligible for SSI due to a finding of "not disabled."
44 All Programs

Abused noncitizen and their children or parents.

For SNAP, must have lived in the U.S. for at least 5 years in this status. For cash, use if they would not otherwise meet the immigration requirement for cash, or they would have sponsor liability.

47 All programs except RRA, CGA (adults), SNAP only U.S. Citizen: Unable to document citizenship and identity for a child, or for an adult who lives in a CILA, SLF, or LTC facility.
51 All programs except RRA, CGA (adults), SNAP only U.S. Citizen: Citizenship and identity established as a Deemed Newborn; primary-level. Code can be entered centrally or manually.
55 All Kids Assist, Moms & Babies, All Kids Share, All Kids Premium Levels 1 - 8, All Kids Rebate Noncitizen child under age 19 who does not have immigration documents.
60 All programs except RRA, CGA (adults), SNAP only Declared U.S. citizen: neither citizenship nor identity established.
61 All programs except RRA, CGA (adults), SNAP only U.S. citizen:  citizenship and identity established by primary-level document.
62 All programs except RRA, CGA (adults), SNAP only U.S. citizen: citizenship established by secondary-level document; identity established.
63 All programs except RRA, CGA (adults), SNAP only U.S. citizen: citizenship established by third-level document; identity established.
64 All programs except RRA, CGA (adults), SNAP only U.S. citizen: citizenship established by fourth-level document; identity established.
65 All programs except RRA, CGA (adults), SNAP only U.S. citizen: citizenship established by IDPH screen print or Form 97 (second level); identity not established.
66 All programs except RRA, CGA (adults), SNAP only U.S. citizen: citizenship established by secondary-level document; identity not established.
67 All programs except RRA, CGA (adults), SNAP only U.S. citizen: citizenship established by centrally-entered IDPH cross-match; identity not established.
69 All programs except RRA, CGA (adults), SNAP only U.S. citizen:  citizenship not established; identity established.
71 All programs except RRA, CGA (adults), SNAP only U.S. citizen:  SSI recipient per cross-match or SDX screen print (primary level).  Code centrally entered; can be entered manually.
72 All programs except RRA, CGA (adults), SNAP only U.S. citizen: citizenship established by IDPH screen print or Form 97 (second level); identity established.
81 All programs except RRA, CGA (adults), SNAP only U.S. citizen: Medicare recipient per cross-match, SOLQ screen print, or Red, White & Blue Card (primary level).  Code centrally entered; can be entered manually.
82 All programs except RRA, CGA (adults), SNAP only U.S. citizen: citizenship established by centrally-entered IDPH cross-match (second level); identity established.
91 All programs except RRA, CGA (adults), SNAP only U.S. Citizen: Citizenship and identity established by WTPY (SSA) Inquiry; primary-level. Code can be entered centrally or manually.