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OFFICE OF POLICY, PROCEDURES, AND TRAININGJames K. Whelan, Executive Deputy CommissionerAdam Waitzman, Assistant Deputy CommissionerOffice of ProceduresPOLICY BULLETIN #21-50-ELI(Use With PB #16-86-ELI)SPECIAL IMMIGRANT JUVENILES (SIJ) NOW RECOGNIZED AS ELIGIBLE FOR SAFETYNET ASSISTANCE (SNA) UNDER THE PRUCOL CATEGORY; UPDATE TO THE PRUCOLELIGIBILITY DESK AID (W-205JJ)Date:August 30, 2021Subtopic(s):EligibilityThe purpose of this policy bulletin is to inform Job Center staff of therecent changes in the Office of Temporary and DisabilityAssistance’s (OTDA) policy on recognizing Special ImmigrantJuveniles (SIJ) as Permanently Residing Under the Color of Law(PRUCOL) for Safety Net Assistance (SNA) eligibility. This policybulletin will also provide instructions for proper case processing inthe Paperless Office System (POS).Special Immigrant JuvenileStatus backgroundSome non-citizens presently living in the United States (U.S.) may bein need of humanitarian protection because they have been abused,abandoned, or neglected by a parent. The term SIJ is an immigrationclassification that may allow for these vulnerable non-citizens toapply for lawful permanent resident (LPR) status, commonly referredto as a “Green Card.” To be eligible for SIJ classification, the noncitizen must: be under 21 years old; be unmarried; Change in State Policy –Approved SIJs now eligiblefor PRUCOLbe physically present in the U.S.; andhave a qualifying juvenile court order issued by a state court.Effective immediately, those with an approved SIJ status, ifotherwise eligible, can receive SNA cash assistance. Staff are to useWMS Alien Citizenship Indicator (ACI) code ‘O - PRUCOL Eligible forMA/FHP/CHPA/SN/FAP.’Note: Individuals who have applied for but have not yet beenapproved for SIJ status are still not considered PRUCOL for CashAssistance purposes but would be considered PRUCOL for Medicaidand HASA.HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS PROCEDURE?Call 718-557-1313 then press 3 at the prompt followed by 1 orsend an e-mail to FIA Call Center Fax or fax to: (917) 639-0298Distribution: X

PB #21-50-ELIReminder: Individuals designated as PRUCOL are ineligible forfederally funded public benefits including Family Assistance (FA), theSupplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and the HomeEnergy Assistance Program (HEAP).The following is a list of documents those with approved SIJ statusmay present to staff: Individual’s with an alternateimmigration statusRefer to LDSS-4579 to helpdetermine if the SIJ has analternate immigration statusForm I-797 (Notice of Action) indicating approval of SpecialImmigrant Juvenile Status; orAny other authoritative USCIS document indicating thatSpecial Immigrant Juvenile Status was granted.It is common for SIJs to seek another immigration status or receivean alternate status, and as a result, potentially be eligible foradditional federally funded benefits. For example, SIJs may apply forLPR status, and if approved, present an I-551 Permanent ResidentCard with a category code of SL6 (ACI codes “K” or “S”).In addition, it is possible that SIJs may be considered paroled intothe U.S. in the public interest or temporarily for emergency reasons,and therefore be eligible to apply for USCIS employmentauthorization as parolees. If approved for employment authorizationas a parolee, these non-citizens may present an I-766 EmploymentAuthorization Document (EAD) with a category code of C11 (ACIcodes “G,” “T,” or, possibly “H” if also receiving benefits or servicesas a Cuban/Haitian Entrant). In both of these instances, staff mustrefer to the LDSS-4579: “Non-Citizen Eligibility Desk Aid” forguidance on determining eligibility.When assessing an applicant’s/participant’s case, if they are able toverify SIJ status as well as another immigration status that mayprovide a higher level of eligibility for benefits, the status with thehigher eligibility should be used along with the corresponding ACIindicator. Because SIJs will be considered PRUCOL, if anapplicant/participant falls under a different eligibility category withgreater benefits, the different eligibility category should be used.Policy, Procedures, and Training2Office of Procedures

PB #21-50-ELIRefer to PD #18-09-SYS foradditional information onSAVEAs a reminder, when determining an SIJ’s eligibility, staff must usethe Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) system toverify the non-citizen’s immigration documentation. Benefits must notbe delayed, denied, reduced, or terminated, pending verification of anon-citizen’s documentation through the SAVE system. If all otherfactors of eligibility have been established and the non-citizen isotherwise eligible, CA must be granted while awaiting a responsefrom the SAVE system.Refer to PB #17-49-ELIFor information onrequesting a clearance fromORIAWhen staff are working on a case with an SIJ, they must request aclearance from the Office of Refugee and Immigrant Affairs (ORIA)using the ORIA Clearance Request Form (ORIA-195). The responsefrom ORIA, either on the ORIA Response Form (ORIA-195a) or anemail response, must be scanned and indexed into the case record.POS InstructionsIn order to be able to process these changes in the Paperless OfficeSystem (POS), the JOS/Worker must do the following: PRUCOL Eligibility Desk AidW-205JJselect “Yes” for PRUCOL (PA) alien type in the POS AlienChecklist, andselect radio button “Documentation is submitted and thestatus of the alien does not fit any of the other categorieslisted above but was approved by Office of RefugeeAffairs or the Office of Procedures” in the “PRUCOL (PA)Documentation Window.To reflect this change in State policy, the Permanently ResidingUnder the Color of Law (PRUCOL) Eligibility Desk Aid (W-205JJ)was revised.Effective ImmediatelyReference:GIS 21 TA/DC059Related items:PB #16-86-ELIPB #17-49-ELIPD #18-09-SYSPolicy, Procedures, and Training3Office of Procedures

PB -4579Policy, Procedures, and TrainingPRUCOL Eligibility Desk Aid (Rev. 08/30/21)ORIA Clearance Request Form (Rev. 10/06/2020)ORIA Clearance Response Form (Rev.10/06/2020)Non-Citizen Eligibility Desk Aid (11/2019)4Office of Procedures

Form W-205JJ (page 1 of 4)Rev. 08/30/2021Permanently Residing Under Color Of Law (PRUCOL) Eligibility Desk AidIndividuals with PRUCOL status are not eligible for SNAP Benefits or Family AssistanceDescription of StatusWMS/ACI CodeSubject to an Order ofSupervision.Note: If applicant/participant is Cubanor Haitian, a clearance request mustbe sent to ORIA.Granted Cancellation ofRemoval.Common DocumentationForm I-220B (Order of Supervision);OSafety sYesYesorForm I-766 (Employment Authorization Document) coded C18;orAny other authoritative document indicating an Order of Supervision.Order from the Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR) granting cancellation ofremoval;orOAny other authoritative document from the USCIS indicating cancellation of removalgranted.I-797 (Notice of Action) Indicating approved Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivalsapplication;orGranted Deferred Action forChildhood Arrivals (DACA).OGranted Deferred Action status.OGranted a “U” visa.Form I-766 (Employment Authorization Document) coded C33;orAny other documentation from EOIR or USCIS indicating that a DACA application has beenapproved.Form I-766 (Employment Authorization Document) coded C14;orAny letter from USCIS granting deferred status to a “U” visa applicant;orAny other authoritative document from the USCIS indicating deferred action.Form I-797 (Notice of Action) indicating that a petition for U nonimmigrant status wasapproved;orOForm I-94 (Arrival/Departure Record) stamped “U1”, or “U2”, or “U3”, or “U4”, or “U5”;orForm I-766 (Employment Authorization Document) coded A19 or A20 (for qualifieddependent family members);orAny other USCIS authoritative document that verifies “U” Nonimmigrant status.Granted an “S” visa.OForm I-94 (Arrival/Departure Record) stamped “S5”, or “S6”, or “S7”;orForm I-766 (Employment Authorization Document) coded C21;orAny other USCIS authoritative document that verifies “S” Visa status.

Form W-205JJ (page 2 of 4)Rev. 08/30/2021Human Resources AdministrationFamily Independence AdministrationPermanently Residing Under Color Of Law (PRUCOL) Eligibility Desk AidIndividuals with PRUCOL status are not eligible for SNAP Benefits or Family AssistanceDescription of StatusWMS/ACI CodeGranted a “K3”, or “K4” or “V”visa.OCommon DocumentationUnexpired “K3”, or “K4”, or “V” visa in passport;Note: If an expired “K” or “V” visa is submitted, then proof that an I-539 (Application toExtend/Change Nonimmigrant Status) was filed with USCIS must be submitted;orForm I-94 (Arrival/Departure Record) stamped “K3”, or “K4”, or “V1”, or “V2”, or “V3”;orForm I-766 (Employment Authorization Document) coded A9, or A09, or A14, or A15;andAny authoritative USCIS document indicating an I-130 petition is pending or approved.Safety NetAssistanceMedicaidYesYesYesYesForm I-797 (Notice of Action) indicating Adjustment of Status to Permanent Residentpursuant to INA § 249;orContinuous entry and residencein the U.S. prior to January 1,1972.OForm I-766 (Employment Authorization Document) coded C16;orAny letter/notice from the USCIS or EOIR indicating Registry Application is pending;orAny documentary proof establishing entry and continuous residence.Permanent nonimmigrants,pursuant to P.L. 99-239(applicable to citizens of theFederated States of Micronesiaand Marshall Islands).OForm I-94 (Arrival/Departure Record) stamped CFA/MIS “DS” (Duration of Status), D/S;orForm I-766 (Employment Authorization Document) coded A8.YesYesGranted Temporary ProtectedStatus (TPS).OForm I-797 (Notice of Action) indicating TPS status granted;orForm I-766 (Employment Authorization Document) coded A12.YesYesOForm I-766 (Employment Authorization Document) with Category Code C8 or C08;orForm I-797 (Notice of Action) indicating an I-765 application received or pending for aCategory Code C8 or C08;orForm I-797 (Notice of Action) indicating an I-589 application for asylum received orpending, filed 180 days prior to the date the applicant is presenting to the center;orAny other authoritative the USCIS document indicating an asylum application is pendingand that they are authorized to work in the US.YesYesOForm I-797 (Notice of Action) indicating approval of an I-360 petition for Special ImmigrantJuvenile Status;orAny other authoritative USCIS document indicating that Special Immigrant Juvenile Statuswas granted.YesYesApplicants for Asylumwith work authorization.Note: If applicant/participant is Cubanor Haitian, a clearance request mustbe sent to ORIA.Granted Special ImmigrantJuvenile Status.

Form W-205JJ (page 3 of 4)Rev. 08/30/2021Human Resources AdministrationFamily Independence AdministrationPermanently Residing Under Color Of Law (PRUCOL) Eligibility Desk AidIndividuals with PRUCOL status are not eligible for SNAP Benefits or Family AssistanceDescription of StatusLiving in the U.S. withknowledge and permission oracquiescence of the USCIS andwhose departure the Agencydoes not contemplate enforcingfor an indefinite period of time.Applicants for Asylumwithout work authorization.Applicants for TemporaryProtected Status (TPS).Applicants for Deferred Actionfor Childhood Arrivals (DACA).Applicants for SpecialImmigrant Juvenile Status.WMS/ACI CodeSafety NetAssistanceMedicaidTBDTBDE*Form I-797 (Notice of Action) indicating Asylum application received or pending;orAny other authoritative USCIS document indicating an Asylum application.NoYesE*Form I-797 (Notice of Action) indicating a pending application for Temporary ProtectedStatus;orForm I-766 (Employment Authorization Document) coded C19.NoYesE*Form I-797 (Notice of Action) indicating a pending application for Deferred Action forChildhood Arrivals (DACA);orAny other authoritative USCIS document indicating an application for Deferred Action forChildhood Arrivals (DACA).NoYesE*Form I-797 (Notice of Action) indicating a pending application for Special ImmigrantJuvenile Status;orAny other authoritative USCIS document indicating an application for Special ImmigrantJuvenile Status.NoYesE*Form I-766 (Employment Authorization Document) coded C9, or C09, or C09P;orForm I-797 (Notice of Action) indicating an application for Adjustment of Status.NoYesE*Form I-766 (Employment Authorization Document) coded C10;orAny other authoritative USCIS document indicating an application for Cancellation ofRemoval.NoYesTBDApplicants for Adjustment ofStatus.Note: Ask applicants/participants onwhat basis they are seeking adjustmentof status. Check the prior status on boththe Alien Desk Aid and this Desk Aid.Applicants for Cancellation ofRemoval.Common DocumentationIf documentation is submitted and the status of the non-citizen does not fit in any of theother categories listed in this guide, the Worker must contact the Office of Refugee andImmigrant Affairs (ORIA), at (212) 331-4550 or oria@hra.nyc.gov, who will determine ifthe non-citizen meets PRUCOL status.* If ACI code is “E” a Medicaid separate determination must be done.

Form W-205JJ (page 4 of 4)Rev. 08/30/2021Human Resources AdministrationFamily Independence AdministrationPermanently Residing Under Color Of Law (PRUCOL) Eligibility Desk AidIndividuals with PRUCOL status are not eligible for SNAP Benefits or Family AssistanceQuick Tips:This is a guide. Staff may see documents that are not on this guide. If you have a document that is not on this guide, check theAlien Eligibility Desk Aid and the POS Alien Checklist Module. If you still cannot find the document, call ORIA for a clearance.All staff:‒ Ask applicants/participants to provide all documentation they have and consider all of the documents you receive.‒ Scan and index all immigration documents. Scan all sides and all pages of passports including blank pages, frontand back of cards, legibly and in color in the HRA OneViewer (PB 07-82-OPE).‒ Consult the Alien Eligibility Desk Aid (LDSS-4579) first. If you do not find the documentation the client presented,then look to the PRUCOL Desk Aid. If you do not find the documentation on both desk aids, contact ORIA atoria@hra.nyc.gov or (212) 331-4550.‒ Request a SAVE search for any noncitizen members of the household who do not present themselves asundocumented. For any documentation that shows a pending application, check with USCIS.GOV for current caseupdates (PD-17-11-ELI)‒ Individuals may still be eligible for public benefits if they do not have a Social Security number (PB-16-20-OPE andPD-16-20-ELI).‒ If you are unsure about an individual’s eligibility for benefits, contact ORIA. For a clearance, email the ORIA-195(ORIA Clearance Request) to oria@hra.nyc.gov after you have scanned and indexed all immigration documentsand filled out and scanned the SAVE referral form (W-515X).‒ If applicant/participant is Cuban/Haitian, a clearance request must be sent to ORIA along with all thedocuments that have been scanned and indexed.

ORIA-195 (E)CLEARANCE REQUEST FORM (ENGLISH)Rev. 10/6/20OFFICE OF REFUGEE AND IMMIGRANT AFFAIRS (ORIA) CLEARANCE REQUESTFORMORIA@dss.nyc.gov, ORIA (212) 331-45501.This form should be used for noncitizen/alien clearances.2.All documents (all pages, front & back) should be scanned and indexed.3.Documents not listed, should be included under OTHER and additional notes if e of Staff (Last, First):Center #:Name of client including alias:WMS case#:Date of Birth:USCIS #:Social Security number:First:Last:Alias if any:MaleDocumentinformationContact Tel #:FemaleImmigration document/Form title & numberCategory CodeRequired AdditionalinformationPermanent Resident Card (Green Card) form I-551:e.g.: FX2, IR6, R8-6,CU-7, C09, CR6Expiration date (if any)e.g.: A09, (a)(9),C08, (c)(8),Category code[e.g. A05,(a)(5)]YesNoEmployment Authorization Card form I-766 or I-688B:YesNoORProvision of law (e.g.[“8 C.F.R. § 274a.12(a)(5)”]USCIS Notice of Action or Notice of receipt form I-797:YesNoSAVE Clearance (515WX)Requested:Receipt number: Starts with: MSC, ESC, LIN 10 digitsClass of admission (COA) as well as any description ofthe client's immigration status indicated in SAVE:YesNoCOA (e.g. IR6, IR0, CR6)Scanned and Indexed: ---------------------------SSA 40 Quarters match YesNoDate of Entry:Date of status:Additional comments:

ORIA-195a (E)CLEARANCE RESPONSEFORM Rev. 10/06/20OFFICE OF REFUGEE AND IMMIGRANT AFFAIRS (ORIA) CLEARANCE RESPONSE FORMORIA@dss.nyc.gov or 212-331-4550Date:Client: Last, FirstACICode:WMS#:Social Security#:Date of entry:Date of status:Clearance DetailsBenefits client is eligible for: SNAP CashNotes: On-going Medicaid Emergency MedicaidNext stepsScan and index clearance response form into HRA ViewerSAVE Request to SAVE Liaison (Form W-515X)Conduct SSA 40 Quarters match checkRecall Client to provide immigration documents - scan and index all sides and pages of documentsSupervisor submit Form W-200B to FIA Call Center to change ACI codeSupervisor submit Inter-agency DOS and DEC transmittal Form (MAP-648M) TO SDOHRequest SAVE Result from SAVE LiaisonRefer Client to ActionNYC hotline 800-354-0365OtherCenter Staff: Last, FirstORIA Staff:Center #:Contact Tel #:

NON-CITIZEN ELIGIBILITY DESK AIDLDSS-4579 (Rev. 11/19)Page 1IMPORTANT! This desk aid does not include every form of acceptable documentation to support a non-citizen status that would be satisfactory for benefit eligibility. If an individual presents a document not listed below, follow your social services district policy/procedure for further guidance.Description of StatusLawful Permanent Resident(LPR) without 40 QualifyingQuartersLPR with 40 Qualifying QuartersWMS ACICodeKSCommon DocumentationI-551 Permanent Resident Card: workers must check category code; 2orTemporary I-551 stamp in foreign passport or on I-94 Arrival/Departure Record;orImmigrant visa with the notation “upon endorsement serves as temporary I-551 permanentresident for one year;”orI-797 Notice of Action indicating approval of an I-485 Application to Register PermanentResidence or Adjust Status;orI-327 Permit to Reenter the United States;orI-181 Memorandum of Creation of Record of Lawful Permanent Residence withapproval stamp;orAny other authoritative document that identifies the non-citizen3 as an LPRSame LPR documentation as aboveandProof of 40 qualifying quarters4Note: No quarters earned after 12/31/96 may be counted in which a non-citizen hasreceived a federal means-tested public benefit, including but not limited to FA, SSI andSNAP.WMSDOS and DECCodes1Safety NetAssistance(SNA)DOS is thedate statuswas obtainedFamily Assistance(FA)Yes if:YesEntered the U.S. on or after8/22/96, and after five years inU.S. in a qualified status;orEntered the U.S. before8/22/96, have continuouslyresided in the U.S., and are ina qualified statusSupplemental NutritionAssistance Program(SNAP)Yes if:In a qualified status and inreceipt of certain disabilitybenefits [7 USC 2012(j)(2)-(7)];orIn a qualified status and underage 18;orAfter five years in U.S. in aqualified status;orCurrently in a qualified statusand was age 65 or older on8/22/96 and was lawfullyresiding in the U.S. on that dateDOS is thedate statuswas obtainedYes1The Date of Status (DOS) field in the Welfare Management System (WMS) identifies the date a non-citizen obtained qualified status, which is indicated by the appropriate Alien Citizenship Indicator (ACI) code, and is used to calculate when a qualified non-citizen reaches five years in a qualified status and then becomeseligible for federally funded assistance, if otherwise eligible. Non-citizens that are considered Permanently Residing Under Color of Law (PRUCOL) are not qualified non-citizens, therefore, their time in a status that is considered PRUCOL does not count towards the five years. For non-citizens that are PRUCOL, the DOSfield is left blank. If a non-citizen who is PRUCOL later adjusts to a qualified status, the date that the qualified status is obtained is the date that is entered in the DOS field.The Date Entered Country (DEC) field in WMS indicates when the non-citizen physically entered the United States (U.S.). This is necessary so as not to deny federal benefits to certain qualified non-citizens who entered the U.S. prior to August 22, 1996 but have been in a qualified status for less than five years.2Workers must check the “Category” code on the documentation provided to make the correct eligibility determination for federal benefits (FA, SNAP). This code is used to describe the category that was used to admit a non-citizen to the U.S. as a permanent resident. It is located on the front side of the I-551 PermanentResident Card next to the cardholder’s A-number. This field is also known as a class of admission (COA), as seen on the Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) report. As illustrated on this desk aid, certain non-citizens who have an I-551 Permanent Resident Card, often referred to as a “green card,” maynot be subject to the “five-year bar” on federal benefits depending on the category code on the I-551.Additionally, it is essential that the category codes included in the qualified battered non-citizen section on page 3 of the desk aid are identified. This is because, for qualified battered non-citizens, the DOS is often prior to the “Resident Since” date on the I-551 Permanent Resident Card.3Asused in this desk aid, the term “non-citizen” means a person who is not a citizen or national of the U.S. The term “qualified non-citizen” means a person who is a “qualified alien” as that term is defined in 8 U.S.C. §1641.Note: Individuals born in certain territories of the U.S. are U.S. citizens at birth. These include: Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and the Panama Canal Zone (if born between 2/26/1904 and 10/1/1979). In addition, individuals who are born outside of the U.S. maybe U.S. citizens at birth if one or both parents were U.S. citizens at their time of birth. Districts must verify citizenship status for these individuals. Individuals who are not U.S. citizens at birth may become U.S. citizens through naturalization. Naturalization is the conferring of U.S. citizenship after birth by any meanswhatsoever. Individuals born in American Samoa or Swains Island are nationals of the U.S. and for purposes of benefit eligibility should be treated as citizens, ACI code “C.”440qualifying quarters as defined under Title II of the Social Security Act, or can be credited with such qualifying quarters. An LPR may earn qualifying quarters by working, or may be credited with qualifying quarters from a parent, stepparent, or adoptive parent for any quarter earned prior to the LPR turning 18. An LPRmay also be credited with quarters earned by a spouse during his/her marriage. A widow or widower retains credit for all qualifying quarters earned by a deceased spouse during the marriage. When a marriage ends in divorce, however, any quarters earned by the spouse during the marriage are forfeited.

NON-CITIZEN ELIGIBILITY DESK AIDLDSS-4579 (Rev. 11/19)Page 2IMPORTANT! This desk aid does not include every form of acceptable documentation to support a non-citizen status that would be satisfactory for benefit eligibility. If an individual presents a document not listed below, follow your social services district policy/procedure for further guidance.Description of Status RefugeeConditional Entrant (Astatus granted to Refugeesprior to 1980)Iraqi or Afghan SpecialImmigrant Visa HolderAmerasian ImmigrantCertain Hmong or HighlandLaotianWMS ACICodeR*Also explore eligibility for RefugeeCash Assistance (RCA).See 16-ADM-02Asylum Granted5*Also explore eligibility for RCA.See 16-ADM-02ACommon DocumentationI-551 Permanent Resident Card, or I-94 Arrival/Departure Record or Passportstamped/coded: AM1, AM2, AM3, AM6, AM7, AM8, AR1, AR6, R8-6, RE1, RE2, RE3, RE4,RE5, RE6, RE7, RE8, RE9, SI-1, SI-2, SI-3, SI-6, SI-7, SI-8, SI-9, SQ1, SQ2, SQ3, SQ6,SQ7, SQ8 or SQ9;orI-766 Employment Authorization Card coded: A3 or A03;orI-94 Arrival/Departure Record or Passport stamped: “admitted under Section 207 or203(a)(7) (as in effect prior to 4/1/80) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA),” or“Refugee,” or Iraq or Afghanistan national stamped: “admitted under Section 101(a)(27) ofthe INA;”orI-797 Notice of Action indicating approval of an I-730 “Refugee;”orI-571 Refugee Travel DocumentI-551 Permanent Resident Card coded: AS1, AS2, AS3, AS6, AS7, or AS8;orI-766 Employment Authorization Card coded: A5 or A05;orI-94 Arrival/Departure Record stamped: “Granted asylum under Section 208 of the INA;”orI-797 Notice of Action indicating approval of an I-730 “Asylee;”orGrant letter from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) AsylumOffice;orOrder of an immigration judge granting asylum5If the non-citizen has not been granted asylum, but is an asylum applicant with employment authorization, refer to page 8 to determine SNA eligibility.WMSDOS and DECCodesSafety NetAssistance(SNA)Family Assistance(FA)Supplemental NutritionAssistance Program(SNAP)DOS is thedate the noncitizenentered theU.S.YesYesYesDOS is thedate statuswas obtainedYesYesYes

NON-CITIZEN ELIGIBILITY DESK AIDLDSS-4579 (Rev. 11/19)Page 3IMPORTANT! This desk aid does not include every form of acceptable documentation to support a non-citizen status that would be satisfactory for benefit eligibility. If an individual presents a document not listed below, follow your social services district policy/procedure for further guidance.Description of StatusWMS ACICodeQualified Battered Non-Citizen6A U.S. citizen’s or LPR’s batteredspouse, or child, or parent or childof such battered person, who:Obtains "Notice of Prima Facie”Case from the USCIS under theViolence Against Women Act(VAWA);orHas an I-360 self-petition underVAWA that is approved;orHas a pending I-360 self-petition andis determined to be a credible victimof domestic violence by thedistrict’s Domestic Violence Liaison(DVL);orIs determined to be a credible victimof domestic violence by thedistrict’s DVL with a pending orapproved I-130 petition;orHas an application for VAWAcancellation of removal orsuspension of deportation that hasbeen granted or is pending and theimmigration court finds that theapplicant has a prima facie case forthis reliefBCommon DocumentationI-551 Permanent Resident Card coded: B11, B12, B16, B17, B20, B21, B22, B23, B24, B25, B26,B27, B28, B29, B31, B32, B33, B36, B37, B38, BX1, BX2, BX3, BX6, BX7, BX8, IB1, IB2, IB3, IB6,IB7, IB8 or Z14;orI-766 Employment Authorization Card coded: A09, A15 or C31;orI-94 Arrival/Departure Record coded: K3, K4, V1, V2 or CR -1-7 and a pending or approved I-130;orI-797 Notice of Action indicating prima facie eligibility of an I-360 self-petition under Section204(a)(1)(A)(iii) or (iv), or Section 204(a)(1)(B)(ii) or (iii) of the INA;orI-797 Notice of Action indicating approval or pending I-360 self-petition under Section 204(a)(1)(A)(ii)or (iii) or (iv), or Section 204(a)(1)(B)(ii) or (iii) of the INA;orI-797 Notice of Action indicating approval or pending I-130 visa petition under Section 204(a)(1)(A)(i)of the INA (spouse or child of a U.S. citizen), or Section 204(a)(1)(B)(i) (spouse or child of a lawfulpermanent resident);orAny other document from the USCIS indicating the non-citizen has a K or V visa and a pending orapproved I-130;orOrder from the Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR) under Section 240A(b)(2) of the INA orif the application is pending documentation that the court finds that the applicant has a prima faciecase for this relief6For non-citizens to be treated as qualified battered non-citizens, they must meet four requirements:1.Be a credible victim of battery or extreme cruelty; and2.Have appropriate immigration documentation; and3.4.WMSDOS and DECCodesSafety NetAssistance(SNA)Family Assistance(FA)Supplemental NutritionAssistance Program(SNAP)Yes if:Yes if:DOS is the datestatus wasobtained7YesEntered the U.S. on or after8/22/96, and after five years inU.S. in a qualified status;orEntered the U.S. before 8/22/96,have continuously resided in theU.S., and are in a qualified statusIn a qualified status and in receiptof certain disability benefits [7 USC2012(j)(2)-(7)];orIn a qualified status and under age18;orIn a qualified status and have 40qualifying quarters;orAfter five years in U.S. in aqualified status;orCurrently in a qualified status andwas age 65 or older on 8/22/96 andwas lawfully residing in the U.S. onthat dateBe able to show a substantial connection between the need for benefits and the battery or extreme cruelty; andNo longer reside in the same household as the abuser.Districts should refer to 06-INF-14 for additional information about qualified battered non-citizens and eligibility.general, the DOS for TA and SNAP is when all four of the criteria in footnote 6 are met. Exception for SNAP: Per current United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) guidance, for non-citizens with an approved I-360; or a prima facie determination on a pending I-360; the DOS for SNAP is the date the I-360petition was approved, or the date the prima facie determination was made by USCIS, whichever is earlier.7InWMS only records one DOS. If the DOS for TA and SNAP are different, enter the earlier of the two dates in WMS so that the non-citizen can receive the federal benefits they are eligible for; the later date must be noted, and tracked manually in the case record so that the federal benefits for that benefit program are alsoissued appropriately. See GIS 19 TA/DC038 “SNAP and TA Date of Status (DOS) Determination for Qualified Battered Non-Citizens,” for further information.Note: Non-citizens who file for VAWA related immigration relief often later adjust t

Some non-citizens presently living in the United States (U.S.) may be . The term SIJ is an immigration classification that may allow for these vulnerable non-citizens to apply for lawful permanent resident (LPR) status, commonly referred . Granted Cancellation of Removal. O Order from the Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR .

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