For purposes of this section, do not develop whether the recipient intends to abandon
his or her residence. Instead, apply the assumptions in A.4. and 5. above. However,
if the recipient volunteers information about intent or you are developing the issue
for another reason, use the evidence obtained to determine whether the recipient has
lost the right to use the alternative provision.
Assume that a change of address to an out-of-State institution is a temporary absence, unless you receive evidence to the contrary.
If the recipient's move is not to an institution, develop the report according to the chart below.
|IF the recipient reports the move...
| before leaving the State
within 90 days after leaving
|document the file obtain recipient’s statement signed or recorded on a DROC as to
whether he or she expects to be gone from the first State for more than 90 days.
If YES, terminate type K income. BCI no longer applies effective with the month after the month the recipient leaves
If NO, diary the casefor the 91st day after leaving the State, and recontact the recipient. If the recipient
has not returned within the 90-day period, terminate type K income as above.
| more than 90 days after leaving
||terminate type K income as above.