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

Undocumented Aliens

Undocumented alien – is an individual who is not a United States citizen and does not have documents to verify he or she entered the country legally.

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:  […]

UpdatedIneligible 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: 340:50-5-10.1. Excluded household members; 340:50-5-67. Citizenship and alien status; 340:50-7-29. Income inclusions; and 340:50-7-31. Deductions. SoonerCare (Medicaid): 317:35-5-25. Citizenship/alien status and identity verification requirements; and 317:35-5-63. Agency responsible for […]

UpdatedCitizenship and Alienage

Policy Links Regarding Citizenship and Alienage.

Disqualified Household Member

Disqualified household member – a term used in the SNAP Program to designate a person living in the household who is not eligible for food benefits because of willful misrepresentation or fraud, failure to register for employment or participate in the SNAP Employment and Training Program (Oklahoma SNAP Works), being a fleeing felon, failure to obtain […]