Eligibility – Income & Resources

AFS Handbook information – Eligibility – Income & Resources

Eligibility for Aliens and FACS Coding

Learn the different status types of aliens, what each can be eligible for and how they are coded in FACS

Citizenship and Alien Status Examples

Examples of using Citizenship and Alien Policy

Disqualification Coding

UpdatedSystematic Alien Verification for Entitlement (SAVE)

SAVE – is an acronym for Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlement program.  The SAVE program is an intergovernmental information-sharing initiative that aids federal, state, and local benefit providers in determining noncitizen applicants’ immigration status and thereby ensures that only eligible applicants receive public benefits.  Policy regarding this term is located at: Child Care Subsidy: 340:40-7-5. […]

Permanent Resident

Permanent resident – is an alien who was admitted to the United States, has resided in the United States for a period greater than five years from the date of entry and who was lawfully admitted for permanent residence under the Immigration and Nationality Act.  Policy regarding this term is located at: Child Care Subsidy:  […]

Ineligible Alien

Ineligible alien – is a person who is not a U.S. citizen and does not meet qualified alien status. LIHEAP: 340:20-1-11. Income and liquid resources. SNAP: 340:50-5-8.1. Ineligible and illegal aliens; and 340:50-7-22. Income exclusions. SoonerCare (Medicaid): 317:35-3-3. Prior authorization requirements; 317:35-5-25. Citizenship/alien status and identity verification requirements; 317:35-5-63. Agency responsible for determination of eligibility. […]

Coding Household Members

Types of Household Members Coding examples for Household Tab in FACS concerning SNAP benefits are as follows. It is important to know what the IMS codes mean before they are matched with types of household members S/A Added to benefit section S/O Income/Resources are considered in benefit computation-individual not included S/N Income/Resources are not considered […]