Temporary Absence of a Child Exceeds 180 Days Not Reported

Created on: 
Oct 26 2015

See ACES Screens and Online Pages for an example of pages or screens used in this chapter.

When does a child’s temporary absence disqualify a recipient caretaker from Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)?

For details about the temporary absence of a child becoming permanent causing disqualification from cash benefits, see the following:

Online Processing

How do I disqualify a recipient caretaker who has not reported a child’s permanent absence?

This function does not currently exist in ACES 3G, see Mainframe Processing - How do I disqualify a recipient caretaker who has not reported a child’s permanent absence?

How do I remove a disqualification for a recipient caretaker?

This function does not currently exist in ACES 3G, see Mainframe Processing - How do I remove a disqualification for a recipient caretaker?

Mainframe Processing

How do I disqualify a recipient caretaker who has not reported a child’s permanent absence?

To disqualify a recipient caretaker who has not reported a child’s permanent absence, take the following steps:

  1. In the ongoing month, on the caregiver’s SANC screen in the Sanction Reason field, enter [100] - Temporary Absence Exceeds 180 Days Not Reports.
  • ACES auto fills the Eff Start Dt field and the End Dt field on the SANC screen based on when the action was processed.

The ELIG screen displays the disqualified individual’s Fin Resp code [RN] - CA Sanctioned Receiving MA Only/FAP Recipient.

How do I remove a disqualification for a recipient caretaker?

The system reads the date on the SANC screen and automatically lifts the disqualification at the end of the month in which the disqualification is imposed.

 

See ACES Screens and Online Pages for an example of pages or screens used in this chapter.