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what should i do? snap question user banned
3rd Dec '12

so when we were evaluated for snap benefits so was working less than 30 hours a week at minimum wage. he was in training for his cna. well the second paystub we gave them reflected his more normal work hours but now he is getting more an hour. we just got them for the first time a couple days ago and are due for some more tomorrow. the letters state we dont have to report until our income is over a certain amount. even with the higher pay rate we are still make less than half of the income limit. he has to register with workforce for some reason even though he is working and ill have him take his new stubs down then. should i call now or wait til when he registers?

Vile Tramp 2 kids; New York 32363 posts
3rd Dec '12
Quoting Sophie's dairy cow:" so when we were evaluated for snap benefits so was working less than 30 hours a week at minimum wage. ... [snip!] ... even though he is working and ill have him take his new stubs down then. should i call now or wait til when he registers?"


I'd wait. Honestly, I doubt they will reevaluate your case. I'm assuming you are a 6 month reporter?

user banned Due November 26; 1 child; Parkersburg, West Virginia 9548 posts
3rd Dec '12
Quoting Penises 3:Vaginas 1:" I'd wait. Honestly, I doubt they will reevaluate your case. I'm assuming you are a 6 month reporter? "


yeah. they say ill be evaluated again in april. i just dont want to scam anyone. we havent gotten snap almost this whole year bc we were trying to do it on our own but mil took back her car that we were going to buy. we need the extra help right now and i feel like shit.

ILOVEWINE Due April 24; 2 kids; Sweden 10814 posts
3rd Dec '12

I think you can just wait until you are re evaluated.

user banned Due November 26; 1 child; Parkersburg, West Virginia 9548 posts
3rd Dec '12
Quoting ILOVEWINE:" I think you can just wait until you are re evaluated."



its not a HUGE increase. but enough that i would think they would lower benifits.