(IES) Assigns a 12-month approval period to all SNAP approvals.
(IES) After receiving 3 full months of ABAWD Time-Limited Benefits and the requirement is not met:
Note: A person working 80 hours or more per month is meeting the SNAP Work Requirement ABAWD Time-Limited Benefits policy. A 12 month approval period is assigned in Change Reporting status. Inform the customer that they must report when their hours fall below 20 hours per week and when the earned income changes by $100 or more.
(FCRC) If a customer is temporarily exempt from the work requirement due to a medical condition, set a task as reminder to follow-up with customer prior to date that the exemption is expected to expire.
(FCRC) Assign an approval to coincide with the change in circumstances if there is a strong likelihood that the SNAP unit will have frequent or major changes in unearned income or circumstances. This will require an override in IES.
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