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  • TANF-ACF-PI-2003-03 (Deeming Of Sponsor's Income and Resources To A Non-Citizen)

    This Program Instruction (PI) explains the requirement (with exceptions) in title IV, section 421 of PRWORA, as amended, to attribute a sponsor's income and resources to certain non-citizens in determining the eligibility for and amount of a Federal means-tested public benefit.  This PI also addresses the distinctions between the deeming provisions under title IV-A, section 408(f) of the Social Security Act and the deeming requirement in title IV, section 421 of PRWORA, as amended.  Finally, this PI addresses the authority given to States under PRWORA title IV, section 422 to provide for the attribution of a sponsor's income and resources to the non-citizen in determining the eligibility and amount of a State public benefit.
  • TANF-ACF-PI-2000-02 (Collecting and Reporting of Overpayments Made to Families Under the TANF Program and the Former Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) Program)

    The purpose of this instruction is to clarify ACF policy with regard to treatment of overpayment recoveries received by the State agency from individuals who received cash assistance benefits to which they were not entitled, either under the former AFDC program or the current TANF program. ACF has issued two Program Instructions for overpayment recoveries.  They were TANF-ACF-PI-99-2 published on March 9, 1999 and TANF-ACF-PI-99-2 (Revised) published on May 1, 2000.  This Program Instruction rescinds both of the these previous PIs and replaces them with the overpayment recovery policy contained in this Program Instruction. This transmittal is effective for recoveries made after 9/30/96.  Recoveries made prior to the date of this transmittal will be evaluated on reasonable interpretation of statutory requirements or any previous guidance provided by ACF.

    This is the index page for the STATE AFDC ACTIVITY– Program Participant Applications and Discontinuances.