B NA Special Consideration of Income
 
(01/01/10-03/31/12)
The income of the disqualified participant is counted in full or prorated to the remaining participants in the budgetary unit, depending on the disqualification reason. Disqualified participants are not included when determining the budgetary unit size or when assigning a benefit level. (See Case Participation)
 
A participant who meets one of the following criteria is considered disqualified and has their income counted in full:
 
NA E&T disqualification - (When DE is keyed in the PT field on SEPA).
Intentional Program Violation (When DF is keyed in the PT field on SEPA).
NA Fleeing Felon (When DF is keyed in the PT field on SEPA).
Felony drug conviction (When DF is keyed in the PT field on SEPA).
A conviction for any of the following (When DF is keyed in the PT field on SEPA):
Trading NA for controlled substances.
Trading controlled substances for NA.
Trafficking NA benefits.
Making fraudulent statements concerning identity or residence in order to receive multiple NA benefits.
Voluntary job quit - reduction in work effort (When DE is keyed in the PT field on SEPA).
The following Nonqualified noncitizen (When DI is keyed in the PT field on SEPA):
Diplomats
Students
Tourists
Undocumented noncitizens
Visitors
 
A participant who meets one of the following criteria has their income prorated:
 
Noncompliance with the SSN enumeration requirements (When DI is keyed in the PT field on SEPA)
The following Nonqualified noncitizen participants(When DI is keyed in the PT field on SEPA):
LPR’s not meeting the five year residency requirement.
Parolees
Special agricultural workers admitted for temporary residence