The benefit eligibility are for those refugees who have been in the U.S. for up to three months. 0026.30 - NOTICE, DISQUALIFICATION OF AUTHORIZED REP. 0026.33 - NOTICE, DENYING GOOD CAUSE FOR IV-D NON-COOP, 0026.39 - NOTICE OF OVERPAYMENT AND RECOUPMENT, 0026.42 - NOTICE OF INCOMPLETE OR MISSING REPORT FORM, 0026.51 - NOTICES - CHEMICAL USE ASSESSMENT, 0027.12.03 - APPEAL HEARING EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT, 0028.03 - COUNTY AGENCY EMPL. If you have one of the other immigration statuses listed at the top of this webpage, or are a newly arrived refugee who resettled in another state and moved to Minnesota, you may be eligible to receive a health screening. 0026.06 - NOTICE - APPROVAL OF APPLICATION OR RECERT. Note: It is important that you get help only from a person or agency that is accredited. Comply with monthly reporting requirements if receiving earned income. Amerasian status. All communication must be done by paper. The MN Department of Human Services Resettlement Programs Office (RPO) manages these funds for MN. For information about assistance programs for persons with refugee and other eligible status, see 0030 (Refugee Assistance Programs). Call the Refugee and International Health Program at 651-201-5414 for more information. It provides federally funded services through regional resettlement networks. 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Refugees from Somalia make up the highest number of arrivals in Minnesota, with over 13,000 refugees in the last 15 years, according to the Minnesota Department of Human Services. The Economic Impact of Immigrants in Minnesota. They argue that refugees … People who entered the United States under humanitarian protection may be eligible for food or cash assistance available to residents with low incomes. When thinking about immigration to Minnesota, it is crucial to acknowledge the peoples that existed before the arrival of European immigrants and settler-colonists. The 30-day state residency requirement does not apply to RCA applicants. Resources are focused on refugee self-sufficiency and integration, and are time-limited, with priority on refugees who have been in the U.S less than 1 year. Refugee reliance on public benefits drops off sharply over time. Refugee resettlement staff provide an array of services including: Refer all mandatory RCA ES participants using the Refugee Cash Assistance Program Employment Services Referral (DHS-3166R) (PDF). 0026.12.12 - WHEN NOT TO GIVE ADDITIONAL NOTICE, 0026.12.15 - WHEN TO GIVE RETROACTIVE OR NO NOTICE, 0026.12.21 - VOLUNTARY REQUEST FOR CLOSURE NOTICE, 0026.15 - NOTICE OF DENIAL, TERMINATION, OR SUSPENSION, 0026.21 - NOTICE OF CHANGE IN ISSUANCE METHOD, 0026.24 - NOTICE OF RELATIVE CONTRIBUTION. GENERAL BACKGROUND. Services are provided in four regional networks. If you reside in any other Minnesota county, contact your local. 328. More than 64,000 U.S. citizens in Minnesota live with at least one family member who is undocumented. 2017 (PDF) 2016 (PDF) 2015 (PDF) 2014 (PDF) 2013 (PDF) 2012 (PDF) 2011 (PDF) OF MINOR CRGVR, 0016.18.01 - 200 PERCENT OF FEDERAL POVERTY GUIDELINES, 0016.21 - INCOME OF SPONSORS OF IMMIGRANTS WITH I-134, 0016.21.03 - INCOME OF SPONSORS OF LPRS WITH I-864, 0016.27 - INCOME FROM SPOUSES WHO CHOOSE NOT TO APPLY, 0016.33 - INCOME OF INELIGIBLE NON-CITIZENS, 0016.39 - INCOME OF INELIGIBLE ABLE-BODIED ADULTS, 0017.03 - AVAILABLE OR UNAVAILABLE INCOME, 0017.09 - CONVERTING INCOME TO MONTHLY AMOUNTS, 0017.12 - DETERMINING IF INCOME IS EARNED OR UNEARNED, 0017.15.03 - CHILD AND SPOUSAL SUPPORT INCOME, 0017.15.12 - INFREQUENT, IRREGULAR INCOME, 0017.15.15 - INCOME OF MINOR CHILD/CAREGIVER UNDER 20, 0017.15.18 - EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING, AND NATIONAL SERVICE INCOME, 0017.15.33.03 - SELF-EMPLOYMENT, CONVERT INC. TO MONTHLY AMT - CASH, 0017.15.33.05 - SELF-EMPLOYMENT, DETERMINE COUNTABLE INCOME – SNAP, 0017.15.33.15 - SELF-EMPLOYMENT EXPENSES NOT ALLOWED, 0017.15.33.24 - SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME FROM FARMING, 0017.15.33.27 - SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME FROM ROOMER/BOARDER, 0017.15.33.30 - SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME FROM RENTAL PROPERTY, 0017.15.36 - STUDENT FINANCIAL AID INCOME, 0017.15.36.03 - WHEN TO BUDGET STUDENT FINANCIAL AID, 0017.15.36.06 - IDENTIFYING TITLE IV OR FEDERAL STUDENT AID, 0017.15.36.09 - STUDENT FINANCIAL AID DEDUCTIONS, 0017.15.42 - INTEREST AND DIVIDEND INCOME, 0017.15.45.03 - HOW TO DETERMINE GROSS RSDI, 0017.15.48 - DISPLACED HOMEMAKER PROGRAM INCOME, 0017.15.51 - PAYMENTS RESULTING FROM DISASTER DECLARATION, 0017.15.54 - CAPITAL GAINS AND LOSSES AS INCOME, 0017.15.57 - PAYMENTS TO PERSECUTION VICTIMS, 0017.15.63 - RELATIVE CUSTODY ASSISTANCE GRANTS, 0017.15.78 - NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMS, 0017.15.84 - CONTRACTS FOR DEED AS INCOME, 0018.06.06 - PLAN TO ACHIEVE SELF-SUPPORT (PASS), 0018.12.03 - ALLOWABLE SNAP MEDICAL EXPENSES, 0018.15.03 - SHELTER DEDUCTION - HOME TEMPORARILY VACATED, 0018.33 - CHILD AND SPOUSAL SUPPORT DEDUCTIONS, 0018.39 - PRIOR AND OTHER INCOME REDUCTIONS, 0018.42 - INCOME UNAVAILABLE IN FIRST MONTH, 0019.03 - GROSS INCOME TEST - WHAT INCOME TO USE, 0019.09 - GIT FOR SEPARATE ELDERLY DISABLED UNITS, 0020.03 - PEOPLE EXEMPT FROM NET INCOME LIMITS, 0020.06 - CHOOSING THE ASSISTANCE STANDARD TABLE, 0022 - BUDGETING AND BENEFIT DETERMINATION, 0022.03 - HOW AND WHEN TO USE PROSPECTIVE BUDGETING, 0022.03.01 - PROSPECTIVE BUDGETING - PROGRAM PROVISIONS, 0022.03.01.03 - PROSPECTIVE BUDGETING - SNAP PROVISIONS, 0022.03.03 - INELIGIBILITY IN A PROSPECTIVE MONTH - CASH, 0022.03.04 - INELIGIBILITY IN A PROSPECTIVE MONTH - SNAP, 0022.06 - HOW AND WHEN TO USE RETROSPECTIVE BUDGETING, 0022.06.03 - WHEN NOT TO BUDGET INCOME IN RETRO. Minnesota was a favored location in part due to the success of resettling Hmong refugees in the 1970s and 1980s. To determine if you are eligible for refugee status, USCIS will evaluate whether you meet the definition of a refugee according to section 101(a)(42) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). If you reside in Olmsted County, contact Refugee Cash Assistance staff at Catholic Charities, 903 W. Center St., #220, Rochester, MN 55902. NOTE: Cuban/Haitian entrants who are in Pending Removal Proceedings, who have not been granted parole, remain eligible for federal benefits and services, including RCA, as long as there is no final order of removal. The land inside the boundary of present-day Minnesota has long been inhabited by the Dakota and Ojibwepeople. You can walk-in or call for an appointment. Not be enrolled in the Matching Grant (MG) Program with the local resettlement agency. For access to health education materials and resources, see Health Education Materials for Refugees. Contact a navigator for free help to apply for health care coverage; to find a navigator in your area who speaks your language, use this searchable. Applications can be filed through a local county human services agency (PDF), at ApplyMN, or through any agency in the Refugee Resettlement Network Agency Contact List. According to a federal … Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) granted eligible status, whichever is later, as month 1 of the 8-month eligibility time limit. Only persons with the following status, as defined by the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), are eligible for RCA: Paroled as refugees or asylees under section 212(d)(5). Follow MFIP provisions in 0028.18.03 (Suitable/Unsuitable Work). This annual report describes the demographics of primary refugee arrivals to Minnesota and provides a summary of the health screening indicators and outcomes. There are some 350 affiliated Reception and Placement offices across the United States. FAX the referral to the RES provider or other ESP. RESPONSIBILITIES, 0028.03.01 - COUNTY AGENCY SNAP E&T RESPONSIBILITIES, 0028.03.02 - ES PROVIDER RESPONSIBILITIES - SNAP E&T, 0028.03.03 - EMPLOYMENT SERVICES/SNAP E&T REQUIRED COMPONENTS, 0028.03.06 - DETERMINING SNAP PRINCIPAL WAGE EARNER, 0028.03.09 - REPORTING CHANGES TO JOB COUNSELOR, 0028.06.02 - UNIVERSAL PARTICIPATION PROVISIONS, 0028.06.03 - WHO MUST PARTICIPATE IN EMPL. For more information, contact the Resettlement Programs Office at dhs.rpo.outreach@state.mn.us. The Refugee Cash Assistance (RCA) program helps eligible refugees and other humanitarian immigrants by providing cash assistance for up to eight months from their arrival date in the United States (or from the date of their immigration status for asylees or victims of trafficking). Low-cost legal assistance to adjust your status, like filing for a green card or applying for citizenship. The benefits, which are generally similar to Medicaid, last for up to eight months from the date of arrival in the U.S., date of final grant of asylum, or date of certification for trafficking victims. See TRAFFICKING VICTIMS in 0002.67 (Glossary: Thrifty...). Refugees join the workforce, own businesses, pay taxes at the federal, state and local levels, and spend money. Persons with refugee status and Amerasians receive resettlement case management services from a local resettlement agency. If you entered the United States under humanitarian protection, you may be eligible for Minnesota health care programs available to residents with low incomes. The numbers of refugees appear on track to grow and each refugee is offered a placement grant of $1,850 from the Department of State. For information on eligibility, contact your local county human services agency (PDF). In 2017, the number dropped to 918 and fell even lower in 2018, to 668. Most refugees are eligible for Medical Assistance (MA), which can be billed for all components of the exam. After their first years of adjustment, refugee incomes rise rapidly, and so do their contributions to taxes and the economy. But for some foreign national adults, enrollment in Medicaid may be considered a negative factor in a public charge inadmissibility determination. Reach Catholic Charities by phone at 507-287-2047 ext. If you are a newly arrived refugee resettled in Minnesota, contact your resettlement agency for assistance to submit a health care program application through a designated process for new arrivals. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Service's Office of Refugee Resettlement, $633 million was budgeted for this specific kind of support in 2009, which is up from $484 million distributed in 2005. A steadily increasing amount of government dollars are being attributed to financial and medical aid for refugees living in America. See 0030.12.06 (RCA Employment Services Good Cause Claims). RCA is for eligible people who do not have minor children. Refugee Contributions to Minnesota . Here are the most common cash programs: Diversionary Work Program (DWP) General Assistance (GA) MN Family Investment Program (MFIP) MN Supplemental Aid (MSA) Refugee Cash Assistance (RCA) Emergency Assistance. LSS of MN had $133 million in total revenue in 2016, with less than $1 million coming from Refugee Resettlement. ISSUE DATE: 11/2019. 0002.05 - GLOSSARY: ASSISTANCE STANDARD... 0002.17 - GLOSSARY: DISPLACED HOMEMAKER... 0002.41 - GLOSSARY: MEDICALLY NECESSARY... 0003 - CLIENT RESPONSIBILITIES AND RIGHTS, 0003.03 - CLIENT RESPONSIBILITIES - GENERAL, 0003.06 - CLIENT RESPONSIBILITIES - QUALITY CONTROL, 0003.09.03 - CLIENT RIGHTS - CIVIL RIGHTS, 0003.09.06 - CLIENT RIGHTS - DATA PRIVACY PRACTICES, 0003.09.09 - CLIENT RIGHTS, PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL DATA, 0003.09.12 - CLIENT RIGHTS - LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY, 0004.01 - EMERGENCIES - PROGRAM PROVISIONS, 0004.03 - EMERGENCY AID ELIGIBILITY - CASH ASSISTANCE, 0004.04 - EMERGENCY AID ELIGIBILITY--SNAP/EXPEDITED FOOD, 0004.06 - EMERGENCIES - 1ST MONTH PROCESSING, 0004.09 - EMERGENCIES - 2ND AND 3RD MONTH PROCESSING, 0004.12 - VERIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR EMERGENCY AID, 0004.15 - EMERGENCIES - POSTPONED VERIFICATION NOTICE, 0004.18 - DETERMINING THE AMOUNT OF EMERGENCY AID, 0004.48 - DESTITUTE UNITS--MIGRANT/SEASONAL FARMWORKER, 0004.51 - DESTITUTE UNITS, ELIGIBILITY AND BENEFITS, 0005.06.03 - WHO CAN/CANNOT BE AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVES, 0005.06.06 - DISQUALIFYING AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVES, 0005.09 - COMBINED APPLICATION FORM (CAF), 0005.09.03 - WHEN PEOPLE MUST COMPLETE AN APPLICATION, 0005.09.06 - WHEN NOT TO REQUIRE COMPLETION OF AN APPLICATION, 0005.09.09 - WHEN TO USE AN ADDENDUM TO AN APPLICATION, 0005.09.15 - EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE AND APPLICATIONS, 0005.10 - MINNESOTA TRANSITION APPLICATION FORM (MTAF), 0005.12 - ACCEPTING AND PROCESSING APPLICATIONS, 0005.12.03 - WHAT IS A COMPLETE APPLICATION, 0005.12.12.01 - FORMS/HANDOUTS FOR APPLICANTS, 0005.12.12.06 - ORIENTATION TO FINANCIAL SERVICES, 0005.12.12.09 - FAMILY VIOLENCE PROVISIONS/REFERRALS, 0005.12.15 - APPLICATION PROCESSING STANDARDS, 0005.12.15.01 - PROCESSING SNAP APPLICATION NON-MANDATORY VERIFICATION, 0005.12.15.03 - DELAYS IN PROCESSING APPLICATIONS, 0005.12.15.06 - DETERMINING WHO CAUSED THE DELAY, 0005.12.15.09 - DELAYS CAUSED BY THE APPLICANT HOUSEHOLD, 0005.12.15.12 - DELAYS CAUSED BY THE AGENCY, 0005.12.15.15 - DELAYS CAUSED BY THE AGENCY AND APPLICANT, 0005.12.21 - REINSTATING A WITHDRAWN APPLICATION, 06 - DETERMINING FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY, 0006 - DETERMINING FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY, 0006.06 - MOVING BETWEEN COUNTIES - PARTICIPANTS, 0006.09 - MOVING BETWEEN COUNTIES - MINOR CHILDREN, 0006.12 - ASSISTANCE TERMINATED WITHIN LAST 30 DAYS, 0006.15 - MULTIPLE COUNTY FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY, 0006.18 - EXCLUDED TIME FACILITIES AND SERVICES, 0006.21 - TRANSFERRING RESPONSIBILITY - OLD COUNTY, 0006.24 - TRANSFERRING RESPONSIBILITY - NEW COUNTY, 0006.27 - COUNTY FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DISPUTES, 0006.30 - STATE FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DISPUTES, 0007.03.01 - MONTHLY REPORTING - UNCLE HARRY FS, 0007.03.04 - SIX-MONTH REPORTING DEADLINES, 0007.03.07 - PROCESSING A LATE COMBINED SIX-MONTH REPORT, 0007.12 - AGENCY RESPONSIBILITIES FOR CLIENT REPORTING, 0007.15 - UNSCHEDULED REPORTING OF CHANGES - CASH, 0007.15.03 - UNSCHEDULED REPORTING OF CHANGES - SNAP, 0008.03 - CHANGES - OBTAINING INFORMATION, 0008.06 - IMPLEMENTING CHANGES - GENERAL PROVISIONS, 0008.06.01 - IMPLEMENTING CHANGES - PROGRAM PROVISIONS, 0008.06.03 - CHANGE IN BASIS OF ELIGIBILITY, 0008.06.06 - ADDING A PERSON TO THE UNIT - CASH, 0008.06.07 - ADDING A PERSON TO THE UNIT - SNAP, 0008.06.09 - REMOVING A PERSON FROM THE UNIT, 0008.06.12.09 - CONVERTING A PREGNANT WOMAN CASE, 0008.06.15 - REMOVING OR RECALCULATING INCOME, 0008.06.21 - CHANGE IN COUNTY OF RESIDENCE, 0008.06.24 - DWP CONVERSION OR REFERRAL TO MFIP, 0009.03 - LENGTH OF RECERTIFICATION PERIODS, 0009.03.03 - WHEN TO ADJUST THE LENGTH OF CERTIFICATION, 0009.06.03 - RECERTIFICATION PROCESSING STANDARDS, 0009.06.03.03 - PROCESSING SNAP RECERTIFICATION NON-MANDATORY VERIFICATION, 0010.03 - VERIFICATION - COOPERATION AND CONSENT, 0010.06 - SOURCES OF VERIFICATION - DOCUMENTS, 0010.09 - SOURCES OF VERIFICATION, COLLATERAL CONTACTS, 0010.12 - SOURCES OF VERIFICATION - HOME VISITS, 0010.15 - VERIFICATION - INCONSISTENT INFORMATION, 0010.18.01 - MANDATORY VERIFICATIONS - CASH ASSISTANCE, 0010.18.02 - MANDATORY VERIFICATIONS - SNAP, 0010.18.02.03 - NON-MANDATORY VERIFICATIONS - SNAP, 0010.18.03 - VERIFYING SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS, 0010.18.03.03 - VERIFYING SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS - NEWBORNS, 0010.18.05 - VERIFYING DISABILITY/INCAPACITY - CASH, 0010.18.06 - VERIFYING DISABILITY/INCAPACITY - SNAP, 0010.18.08 - VERIFYING STATE RESIDENCE - CASH, 0010.18.09 - VERIFYING SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME, 0010.18.11 - VERIFYING CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION STATUS, 0010.18.11.03 - SYSTEMATIC ALIEN VERIFICATION (SAVE), 0010.18.12 - VERIFYING LAWFUL TEMPORARY RESIDENCE, 0010.18.15 - VERIFYING LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENCE, 0010.18.15.03 - LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENT: USCIS CLASS CODES, 0010.18.15.06 - VERIFYING SOCIAL SECURITY CREDITS, 0010.18.18 - VERIFYING SPONSOR INFORMATION, 0010.18.21 - IDENTIFY NON-IMMIGRANT OR UNDOCUMENTED PEOPLE, 0010.18.21.03 - NON-IMMIGRANT PEOPLE: USCIS CLASS CODES, 0010.18.30 - VERIFYING STUDENT INCOME AND EXPENSES, 0010.24 - INCOME AND ELIGIBILITY VERIFICATION SYSTEM, 0010.24.03 - IEVS MATCH TYPE AND FREQUENCY, 0010.24.09 - PROCESSING IEVS MATCHES TIMELY, 0010.24.12 - DETERMINING IEVS EFFECT ON ELIGIBILITY, 0010.24.15 - RECORDING IEVS RESOLUTION FINDINGS, 0010.24.18 - CLIENT COOPERATION WITH IEVS, 0010.24.21 - IEVS SAFEGUARDING RESPONSIBILITIES, 0010.24.24 - IEVS NON-DISCLOSURE AND EMPLOYEE AWARENESS, 0011.03 - CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION STATUS, 0011.03.03 - NON-CITIZENS - MFIP/DWP CASH, 0011.03.06 - NON-CITIZENS - MFIP FOOD PORTION, 0011.03.09 - NON-CITIZENS - SNAP/MSA/GA/GRH, 0011.03.12 - NON-CITIZENS - LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENTS, 0011.03.12.03 - NON-CITIZENS - ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS, 0011.03.15 - NON-CITIZENS - LPR WITH SPONSORS, 0011.03.17 - NON-CITIZENS - PUBLIC CHARGE, 0011.03.18 - NON-CITIZENS - PEOPLE FLEEING PERSECUTION, 0011.03.21 - NON-CITIZENS - VICTIMS OF BATTERY/CRUELTY, 0011.03.24 - NON-CITIZENS - LAWFULLY RESIDING PEOPLE, 0011.03.27 - UNDOCUMENTED AND NON-IMMIGRANT PEOPLE, 0011.03.27.03 - PROTOCOLS FOR REPORTING UNDOCUMENTED PEOPLE, 0011.03.30 - NON-CITIZENS - TRAFFICKING VICTIMS, 0011.03.33 - NON-CITIZENS - IMMIGRATION COURT ORDERS, 0011.06.03 - STATE RESIDENCE - EXCLUDED TIME, 0011.06.06 - STATE RESIDENCE - INTERSTATE PLACEMENTS, 0011.06.09 - STATE RESIDENCE - 30-DAY REQUIREMENT, 0011.12.01 - DRUG ADDICTION OR ALCOHOL TREATMENT FACILITY, 0011.12.03 - UNDER CONTROL OF THE PENAL SYSTEM, 0011.30.06 - 180 TO 60 DAYS BEFORE MFIP CLOSES, 0011.33.02 - MFIP HARDSHIP EXTENSIONS - REMOVING 1 PARENT, 0011.33.03 - MFIP EMPLOYED EXTENSION CATEGORY, 0011.33.03.03 - LIMITED WORK DUE TO ILLNESS/DISABILITY, 0011.33.06 - MFIP HARD TO EMPLOY EXTENSION CATEGORY, 0011.33.09 - MFIP ILL/INCAPACITATED EXTENSION CATEGORY, 0012.06 - REQUIREMENTS FOR CAREGIVERS UNDER 20, 0012.12.03 - INTERIM ASSISTANCE AGREEMENTS, 0012.12.06 - SPECIAL SERVICES - APPLYING FOR SOCIAL SECURITY, 0012.15 - INCAPACITY AND DISABILITY DETERMINATIONS, 0012.15.03 - MEDICAL IMPROVEMENT NOT EXPECTED (MINE) LIST, 0012.15.06 - STATE MEDICAL REVIEW TEAM (SMRT), 0012.15.06.03 - SMRT - SPECIFIC PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS, 0012.21 - RESPONSIBLE RELATIVES NOT IN THE HOME, 0012.21.03 - SUPPORT FROM NON-CUSTODIAL PARENTS, 0012.21.06 - CHILD SUPPORT GOOD CAUSE EXEMPTIONS, 0013.03.03 - PREGNANT WOMAN BASIS - MFIP/DWP, 0013.03.06 - MFIP BASIS - STATE-FUNDED CASH PORTION, 0013.06 - SNAP CATEGORICAL ELIGIBILITY/INELIGIBILITY, 0013.09.09 - MSA BASIS - DISABLED AGE 18 AND OLDER, 0013.15.03 - GA BASIS - PERMANENT ILLNESS, 0013.15.06 - GA BASIS - TEMPORARY ILLNESS, 0013.15.09 - GA BASIS - CARING FOR ANOTHER PERSON, 0013.15.12 - GA BASIS - PLACEMENT IN A FACILITY, 0013.15.27 - GA BASIS, SSD/SSI APPLICATION/APPEAL PENDING, 0013.15.33 - GA BASIS - DISPLACED HOMEMAKERS, 0013.15.39 - GA BASIS - PERFORMING COURT ORDERED SERVICES, 0013.15.42 - GA BASIS - LEARNING DISABLED, 0013.15.48 - GA BASIS - ENGLISH NOT PRIMARY LANGUAGE, 0013.15.51 - GA BASIS - PEOPLE UNDER AGE 18, 0013.15.54 - GA BASIS - DRUG/ALCOHOL ADDICTION, 0013.18.09 - GRH BASIS - DISABLED AGE 18 AND OLDER, 0013.18.12 - GRH BASIS - REQUIRES SERVICE IN RESIDENCE, 0013.18.15 - GRH BASIS - PERMANENT ILLNESS, 0013.18.18 - GRH BASIS - TEMPORARY ILLNESS, 0013.18.27 - GRH BASIS - SSD/SSI APPL/APPEAL PEND, 0013.18.33 - GRH BASIS - LEARNING DISABLED, 0013.18.36 - GRH BASIS - DRUG/ALCOHOL ADDICTION, 0013.18.39 - GRH BASIS - TRANSITION FROM RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT, 0014.03 - DETERMINING THE ASSISTANCE UNIT, 0014.03.03 - DETERMINING THE CASH ASSISTANCE UNIT, 0014.03.03.03 - OPTING OUT OF MFIP CASH PORTION, 0014.06 - WHO MUST BE EXCLUDED FROM ASSISTANCE UNIT, 0014.09 - ASSISTANCE UNITS - TEMPORARY ABSENCE, 0014.12 - UNITS FOR PEOPLE WITH MULTIPLE RESIDENCES, 0015.06.03 - AVAILABILITY OF ASSETS WITH MULTIPLE OWNERS, 0015.30 - ASSETS - PAYMENTS UNDER FEDERAL LAW, 0015.48.03 - WHOSE ASSETS TO CONSIDER - SPONSORS W/I-864, 0015.48.06 - WHOSE ASSETS TO CONSIDER - SPONSORS W/I-134, 0015.63 - EVALUATION OF PENSION AND RETIREMENT PLANS, 0015.69.03 - ASSET TRANSFERS FROM SPOUSE TO SPOUSE, 0015.69.09 - IMPROPER TRANSFER INELIGIBILITY, 0015.69.12 - IMPROPER TRANSFERS - ONSET OF INELIGIBILITY, 0016 - INCOME FROM PEOPLE NOT IN THE UNIT, 0016.03 - INCOME FROM DISQUALIFIED UNIT MEMBERS, 0016.06 - INCOME FROM INELIGIBLE SPOUSE OF UNIT MEMBER, 0016.09 - INCOME FROM INELIGIBLE STEPPARENTS, 0016.12 - INCOME FROM PARENTS OF ADULT GA CHILDREN, 0016.18 - INCOME OF INEL. 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