E FBCP Exempt Child
 
(01/01/17 - 12/31/17)
A child born or adopted during their natural or adoptive parent's Family Benefit Cap Period (FBCP) may be exempt from the Benefit Cap policy when any of the following apply:
 
The child was born or adopted within ten months of the applicable parent's interview for a new application, or the first renewal application interview completed on or after November 01, 1995. (See Born Within Ten Months of Interview)
The child was born or adopted during a month the parent received Arizona Works CA(g). (See Born During Arizona Works)
The child is the first child, either born or adopted, of a participant under 18. (See First Child Exemption)
The child is born to or adopted by participants of the Pascua Yaqui Tribal TANF or Salt River Tribal TANF programs. (See Born to Tribal TANF Participant)
The child was born as a result of sexual assault or incest. (See Claim of Sexual Assault or Incest)
 
EXCEPTION
The exemption for a child born as a result of sexual assault or incest does not apply to an adopted child.
 
The child was born or adopted after an FBCP and prior to the new application. (See Born Before New FBCP)
The child was born or adopted in the first month of the FBCP and prior to the date of application. (See Born Before New FBCP)
The child is living with a nonparent specified relative (NPSR) head of household and meets certain circumstances. (See BC child living with a nonparent specified relative)
The child was born or adopted in the Eligibility Window.
 
EXCEPTION
FBCP policy does not apply to Grant Diversion (GD) cases and GD benefit months do not start or count towards the FBCP.
 
WARNING
The Benefit Cap Grid: Determining the BC Child (FAA‑1302A) form or the Electronic Benefit Cap Determination (FAA-1583A) form must be completed and placed in the case file(g).