FAA6.A Changes : 03 Effecting Changes : N Participants Living in the Household - Effecting Changes
Participants Living in the Household - Effecting Changes
Information on this page refers to the Nutrition Assistance program Information on this page refers to the Cash Assistance program
This section includes information about what happens when a budgetary unit member leaves the household or is added to the household.
For NA and CA subject to Standard Reporting, participants must report when any of the following occurs:
The birth of a baby
The death of a participant (See Death of a Participant – Effecting Changes for policy and procedures.)
When a participant moves into the home
When a participant moves out of the home
NOTE Participants subject to Simplified Reporting are not required to report these changes.
For CA, deprivation of a child in the home may change when a parent moves in or out of the home or dies. For additional procedures, see Deprivation of a Dependent Child – Effecting Changes.
The participant has the primary responsibility for providing verification. (See Participant Responsibilities – Providing Verification for additional policy.)
Documents that may be used to verify who lives in the home (household composition) include, and are not limited to, any of the following:
Lease Agreement
Landlord Statement which includes signature and phone number
Statement from a non-relative which includes a signature and phone number
Completed Verification of Living Arrangements/Residential Address (FAA-0065A) form
Completed Newborn Information for CA/NA (X113) notice
Auto CADO Documentation on Newborn when all of the following are displayed on CADO:
The DNB date of birth (DOB), AHCCCS ID, sex, and name of the newborn
The mother’s AZTECS ID, Social Security Number, and name
Legal Authorities
last revised 04/24/2023