AFS Policy: Verification or Proof

Verification or proof – is the use of third party information or documentation to confirm the accuracy of statements made by the household at application or review.  Sources of verification include documents, collateral contacts, data exchange screens, or a field investigation.  This term is used in many policy sections.  For this reason, only the main cites are listed.  Policy regarding this term is located at:

  • Child Care Subsidy: 
  • LIHEAP: 
  • Public Assistance Procedures (all programs): 
  • SNAP: 
  • SoonerCare (Medicaid[ABD]
    • 317:35-5-4. Determining categorical relationship to the disabled;
    • 317:35-5-25. Citizenship/alien status and identity verification requirements;
    • 317:35-5-41.1. Home/real property;
    • 317:35-5-41.2. Miscellaneous Personal property;
    • 317:35-5-41.3. Automobiles, pickups, and trucks;
    • 317:35-5-41.9. Resource disregards;
    • 317:35-5-42. Determination of countable income for individuals categorically related to aged, blind and disabled;
    • 317:35-5-43. Third party resources; insurance, workers’ compensation and Medicare;
    • 317:35-7-38. Financial eligibility of categorically needy individuals related to ABD; and
    • 317:35-7-44. Eligibility for TB related services.
  • SoonerCare (Medicaid)[OE]:
    • 317:35-5-6. Determining categorical relationship to pregnancy-related services;
    • 317:35-5-6.1. Determining categorical relationship for pregnancy related services covered under Title XXI;
    • 317:35-5-45. Determination of income and resources for children and parents and caretaker relatives;
    • 317:35-6-35. General eligibility consideration;
    • 317:35-6-60.1. Changes in circumstances;
    • 317:35-6-61. Redetermination of eligibility for persons receiving SoonerCare;
    • 317:35-7-48. Eligibility for the SoonerPlan Family Planning Program; and
    • 317:35-10-26. Income.
  • TANF:
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