A household meeting the criteria (PM 19-07-01) is enrolled into Mid-Point Reporting (MPR) status for the regular roll month upon completion of a face-to-face REDE.
A case in Mid-Point Reporting status is redetermined every 12-months with an interim Mid-Point Report form completed in the 6th month of the household's approval period.
During the approval period, a household in Mid-Point Reporting status is only required to report when their income exceeds their Gross Monthly Income Standard, unless they are completing their Mid-Point Report form. When completing the Mid-Point Report form any changes related to the questions asked on the form must be reported. For SNAP, no action is needed if the household reports no changes. For TANF, hours worked must always be verified even if the household reports no changes. Paystubs must be provided when Question #4 is answered "Yes".
If a change is reported, a case is updated with the appropriate change by schedule cut-off for the next effective month
Note: If a case is reinstated without requiring a new application the original approval period is not changed.
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