PM 19-07-01: What is a Mid-Point Reporting (MPR) Unit?

WAG 19-07-01

What is a Mid-Point Reporting Unit?

A Mid-Point Reporting (MPR) unit is a regular roll TANF case with earnings and any case with SNAP benefits except: 

  • SNAP units where all the adults are qualifying members and the case has no earned income; and
  •  revised manual textSNAP units residing in areas of the State where the SNAP Work Requirement policy is waived; and
  • TANF cases with SNAP and the case has no earned income.

Mid-Point Reporting Status

  • A case is in Mid-Point Reporting status from the date an application is approved in IES.
  • An active case is converted to Mid-Point Reporting status when earned income is budgeted on the regular roll.

Case No longer Meets Mid-Point Reporting Status

  • A Cash case with SNAP benefits is in Mid-Point Reporting status until the first REDE where no earned income is budgeted; see PM 19-07-03 and WAG 19-07-03.
  • revised manual textA SNAP only case stays in Mid-Point Reporting status until a unit member has to meet the SNAP Work Requirement when the county of residence is no longer waived.

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new manual textNote: SNAP households with members subject to the SNAP Work Requirement Time-Limited Benefits policy whose place of residence is in a waived area. Effective 07/01/2021 through 06/30/2022, the SNAP Work Requirement Time-Limited Benefits policy is not in effect for any county in the State based on the authorization of extended unemployment benefits to Illinois residents.  For more information about the State's operation under COVID-19 see WAG 25-06-07-p.