Utah Admin. Code R986-400-407 - Income and Assets Limits, Amount of Assistance, and Assistance Start Date
(1) The provisions of R986-200 are used for determining asset and income eligibility except;
(a) the income and assets of an SSI recipient living in the household are counted if that individual is legally responsible for the client;
(b) the total gross income of an alien's sponsor and the sponsor's spouse is counted as unearned income for the alien. If a person sponsors more than one alien, the total gross income of the sponsor and the sponsor's spouse is counted for each alien. Indigent aliens, as defined by 7 CFR 273.4(c)(3)(iv), are not exempt;
(c) one vehicle, with a maximum of $8,000 equity value, is not counted. The entire equity value of one vehicle equipped to transport a disabled individual is exempt from the asset limit even if the vehicle has a value in excess of $8,000 Beginning October 1, 2007, all motorized vehicles will be exempt.
(2) The financial assistance payment level is set by the Department and available for review at all Department local offices.
(3) If otherwise eligible, assistance will be paid effective the first day of the month following the month the application is received by the Department provided the application is completed within 30 days. If the application is not completed within 30 days, but is completed within 60 days, the first day the client can be eligible is the day all verification requested by the Department is received by the Department. If the application is not completed within 60 days, a new application is required. An application is complete when all information and verification requested by the Department has been provided by the applicant.
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