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Title 7Subtitle BChapter IISubchapter CPart 273


TITLE 7—Agriculture

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER II—FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

SUBCHAPTER C—FOOD STAMP AND FOOD DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM

PART 273—CERTIFICATION OF ELIGIBLE HOUSEHOLDS

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Subpart A—GENERAL RULES

§273.1
Household concept.
§273.2
Office operations and application processing.
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Subpart B—RESIDENCY AND CITIZENSHIP

§273.3
Residency.
§273.4
Citizenship and alien status.
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Subpart C—EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT

§273.5
Students.
§273.6
Social security numbers.
§273.7
Work provisions.
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Subpart D—ELIGIBILITY AND BENEFIT LEVELS

§273.8
Resource eligibility standards.
§273.9
Income and deductions.
§273.10
Determining household eligibility and benefit levels.
§273.11
Action on households with special circumstances.
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Subpart E—CONTINUING PARTICIPATION

§273.12
Requirements for change reporting households.
§273.13
Notice of adverse action.
§273.14
Recertification.
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Subpart F—DISQUALIFICATION AND CLAIMS

§273.15
Fair hearings.
§273.16
Disqualification for intentional Program violation.
§273.17
Restoration of lost benefits.
§273.18
Claims against households.
§273.19
[Reserved]
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Subpart G—PROGRAM ALTERNATIVES

§273.20
SSI cash-out.
§273.21
Monthly Reporting and Retrospective Budgeting (MRRB).
§273.22
[Reserved]
§273.23
Simplified application and standardized benefit projects.
§273.24
Time limit for able-bodied adults.
§273.25
Simplified Food Stamp Program.
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Subpart H—THE TRANSITIONAL BENEFITS ALTERNATIVE

§273.26
General eligibility guidelines.
§273.27
General administrative guidelines.
§273.28
Application for Food Stamp Program recertification.
§273.29
Transitional notice requirements.
§273.30
Transitional benefit alternative change reporting requirements.
§273.31
Closing the transitional period.
§273.32
Households who return to TANF during the transitional period.


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