FAA5.I Determining Benefits : 01 Determining NA Benefits : B Disqualified NA Participants Effect on the NA Benefit Amount
Disqualified NA Participants Effect on the NA Benefit Amount
Information on this page refers to the Nutrition Assistance program
This section shows how a disqualified NA participant in the budgetary unit affects the NA benefit amount.
Policy
Under Construction This section is under construction and does not include every way an NA disqualified participant affects benefits.
Disqualified participants are not included when determining the budgetary unit size.
Effect on Expenses and Standard Utility Allowance
Disqualified participants are included when determining the correct Standard Utility Allowance (SUA) amount for the budgetary unit.
Expenses are counted in full for a participant disqualified for any of the following reasons:
NA work requirement disqualification
Intentional program violation (IPV)
Fleeing felon
Felony drug conviction
A conviction for any of the following:
Trading NA benefits for controlled substances
Trading controlled substances for NA benefits
Trafficking NA benefits
Making fraudulent statements concerning identity or residence in order to receive multiple NA benefits
Refusing a job offer, voluntarily quitting a job, or voluntarily reducing work hours
Nonqualified noncitizen participants with the following status:
Diplomats
Students
Tourists
Undocumented noncitizens
Visitors
Expenses are prorated to the remaining participants in the budgetary unit for a participant disqualified for any of the following reasons:
Noncompliance with the SSN enumeration requirements
Nonqualified noncitizen participants with the following status:
Legal Permanent Residents (LPRs) who do not meet the five-year residency requirement
Parolees
Special agricultural workers admitted for temporary residence
Legal Authorities
last revised 03/28/2022