Example 1: Mr. S was canceled effective July 1, 2014 for failure to return the redetermination form. Mr. S must cooperate with the redetermination process by close of business September 30 (31 days in July, 31 days in August and 30 days in September equal 92 days) to be reinstated, with no loss of benefits if he remains eligible. If he cooperates October 1 or later, he must reapply.
Example 2: Ms. X returns her redetermination form timely but her medical benefits are canceled effective February 1, 2015 for failure to cooperate by returning requested pay stubs. Ms. X must cooperate by submitting pay stubs by close of business May 1, 2015 (28 days in February, 31 days in March and 30 days in April equal only 89 days) to be found eligible to be reinstated effective February 1 with no loss in benefits. Ms. X can cooperate on May 1 and be reinstated effective February 1 if otherwise eligible.
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Michelle R.B. Saddler
Secretary, Illinois Department of Human Services
Director, Illinois Department of HealthCare and Family Services
Illinois Department of Human ServicesJB Pritzker, Governor · Grace B. Hou, Secretary
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