Previous Rules

Attention: Effective 01/01/09 the following rules were renumbered into 461-170-0011: 461-170-0015, 461-170-0020, 461-170-0025, 461-170-0030, and 461-170-0035


461-170-0011    Effective 10/22/19
Changes That Must Be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the individual of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the individual receives the new or changed payment.

  3. An individual must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the ERDC program, an individual must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in child care provider.

      2. A change in employment status.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

      5. A member of the filing group is discharged from the U.S. military and returning from active duty in a military war zone.

      6. A change in income above the ERDC income limit as defined in OAR 461-155-0150(5)(b) that is expected to continue.

    2. In the SNAP program:

      1. An ABAWD residing in one of the SNAP time limit areas (see OAR 461-135-0520), who is working, paid or unpaid, and assigned to CRS, SRS, or TBA must report a change in work hours when work hours fall below 20 hours per week. This change must be reported within 10 days of occurrence.

      2. An individual assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      3. An individual assigned to SRS must report by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence when:
        1. The monthly income of the filing group exceeds the SNAP countable (see OAR 461-001-0000) income limit
        2. A member of the financial group (see OAR 461-110-0530) has lottery or gambling winnings equal to or in excess of $3,500.
      4. An individual assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes except for the requirement set out in paragraph (3)(b)(A).

    3. For Employment Payments (see OAR 461-135-1270) and JPI (see OAR 461-135-1260), an individual must follow the same reporting requirements as a SNAP client assigned to CRS, SRS, or TBA reporting systems (see OAR 461-170-0010).

    4. In the GA, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, an individual must report all changes that may affect eligibility (see OAR 461-001-0000) or benefit level within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. A change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

      8. Except for the QMB programs, out-of-pocket medical expenses.

      9. For inmates whose medical benefits have been suspended (see OAR 461-135-0950), a change in incarceration status.

    5. In the REF, SFPSS, and TANF programs, an individual assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. Employment separation.

      4. A change in membership of the household group.

      5. A change in marital status or other changes in membership of the filing group.

      6. A change in mailing address or residence.

      7. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      8. A change in source of income.

      9. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      10. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      11. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    6. In the REFM program, an individual must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group.

      2. A change in residence.

      3. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

Statutory/Other Authority: ORS 329A.500, 409.050, 411.060, 411.070, 411.404, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 413.085, 414.685
Statutes/Other Implemented: ORS 329A.500, 409.010, 409.050, 411.060, 411.070, 411.081, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 411.825, 411.837, 412.014, 412.049, 413.085, 414.685, 414.826

Attention: Effective 01/01/09 the following rules were renumbered into 461-170-0011: 461-170-0015, 461-170-0020, 461-170-0025, 461-170-0030, and 461-170-0035


461-170-0011    Effective 04/01/18
Changes That Must Be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the individual of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the individual receives the new or changed payment.

  3. An individual must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the ERDC program, an individual must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in child care provider.

      2. A change in employment status.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

      5. A member of the filing group is discharged from the U.S. military and returning from active duty in a military war zone.

      6. A change in income above the ERDC income limit as defined in OAR 461-155-0150(5)(b) that is expected to continue.

    2. In the SNAP program:

      1. An ABAWD residing in one of the SNAP time limit counties (see OAR 461-135-0520), who is employed and assigned to CRS or SRS, must report a change in work hours when work hours are below 20 hours per week. This change must be reported within 10 days of occurrence.

      2. An individual assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      3. An individual assigned to SRS must report when the monthly income of the filing group exceeds the SNAP countable (see OAR 461-001-0000) income limit by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

      4. An individual assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    3. For Employment Payments (see OAR 461-135-1270) and JPI (see OAR 461-135-1260), an individual must follow the same reporting requirements as a SNAP client assigned to CRS, SRS, or TBA reporting systems (see OAR 461-170-0010).

    4. In the GA, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, an individual must report all changes that may affect eligibility (see OAR 461-001-0000) or benefit level within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. Except for QMB-BAS, QMB-SMB, and QMB-SMF, a change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

      8. Except for the QMB programs, out-of-pocket medical expenses.

      9. For inmates whose medical benefits have been suspended (see OAR 461-135-0950), a change in incarceration status.

    5. In the REF, SFPSS, and TANF programs, an individual assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. Employment separation.

      4. A change in membership of the household group.

      5. A change in marital status or other changes in membership of the filing group.

      6. A change in mailing address or residence.

      7. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      8. A change in source of income.

      9. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      10. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      11. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    6. In the REFM program, an individual must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group.

      2. A change in residence.

      3. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 329A.500, 409.050, 411.060, 411.070, 411.404, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 413.085, 414.685
Stats. Implemented: ORS 329A.500, 409.010, 409.050, 411.060, 411.070, 411.081, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 411.825, 411.837, 412.014, 412.049, 413.085, 414.685, 414.826

Previous Rules

Attention: Effective 01/01/09 the following rules were renumbered into 461-170-0011: 461-170-0015, 461-170-0020, 461-170-0025, 461-170-0030, and 461-170-0035


461-170-0011    Effective 01/01/18
Changes That Must Be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the individual of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the individual receives the new or changed payment.

  3. An individual must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the ERDC program, an individual must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in child care provider.

      2. A change in employment status.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

      5. A member of the filing group is discharged from the U.S. military and returning from active duty in a military war zone.

      6. A change in income above the ERDC income limit as defined in OAR 461-155-0150(5)(b) that is expected to continue.

    2. In the SNAP program:

      1. An ABAWD residing in one of the SNAP time limit counties (see OAR 461-135-0520), who is employed and assigned to CRS or SRS, must report a change in work hours when work hours are below 20 hours per week. This change must be reported within 10 days of occurrence.

      2. An individual assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      3. An individual assigned to SRS must report when the monthly income of the filing group exceeds the SNAP countable (see OAR 461-001-0000) income limit by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

      4. An individual assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    3. For Employment Payments (see OAR 461-135-1270) and JPI (see OAR 461-135-1260), an individual must follow the same reporting requirements as a SNAP client assigned to CRS, SRS, or TBA reporting systems (see OAR 461-170-0010).

    4. In the GA, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, an individual must report all changes that may affect eligibility (see OAR 461-001-0000) within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. Except for QMB-BAS, QMB-SMB, and QMB-SMF, a change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

    5. In the REF, SFPSS, and TANF programs, an individual assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. Employment separation.

      4. A change in membership of the household group.

      5. A change in marital status or other changes in membership of the filing group.

      6. A change in mailing address or residence.

      7. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      8. A change in source of income.

      9. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      10. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      11. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    6. In the REFM program, an individual must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group.

      2. A change in residence.

      3. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 329A.500, 409.050, 411.060, 411.070, 411.404, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 413.085, 414.685
Stats. Implemented: ORS 329A.500, 409.010, 409.050, 411.060, 411.070, 411.081, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 411.825, 411.837, 412.014, 412.049, 413.085, 414.685, 414.826


461-170-0011    Effective 9/01/17
Changes That Must Be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the individual of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the individual receives the new or changed payment.

  3. An individual must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the ERDC program, an individual must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in child care provider.

      2. A change in employment status.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

      5. A member of the filing group is discharged from the U.S. military and returning from active duty in a military war zone.

      6. A change in income above the ERDC income limit as defined in OAR 461-155-0150(5)(b) that is expected to continue.

    2. In the SNAP program:

      1. An ABAWD residing in one of the time limit counties (see OAR 461-135-0520), who is employed and assigned to CRS or SRS, must report a change in work hours when work hours are below 20 hours per week. This change must be reported within 10 days of occurrence.

      2. An individual assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      3. An individual assigned to SRS must report when the monthly income of the filing group exceeds the SNAP countable (see OAR 461-001-0000) income limit by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

      4. An individual assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    3. For Employment Payments (see OAR 461-135-1270) and JPI (see OAR 461-135-1260), an individual must follow the same reporting requirements as a SNAP client assigned to CRS, SRS, or TBA reporting systems (see OAR 461-170-0010).

    4. In the GA, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, an individual must report all changes that may affect eligibility (see OAR 461-001-0000) within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. Except for QMB-BAS, QMB-SMB, and QMB-SMF, a change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

    5. In the REF, SFPSS, and TANF programs, an individual assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. Employment separation.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in marital status or other changes in membership of the filing group.

      6. A change in mailing address or residence.

      7. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      8. A change in source of income.

      9. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      10. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      11. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    6. In the REFM program, an individual must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

      3. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 329A.500, 409.050, 411.060, 411.070, 411.404, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 413.085, 414.685
Stats. Implemented: ORS 329A.500, 409.010, 409.050, 411.060, 411.070, 411.081, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 411.825, 411.837, 412.014, 412.049, 413.085, 414.685, 414.826


461-170-0011    Temporary Effective 3/10/17 through 8/31/17
Changes That Must Be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the individual of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the individual receives the new or changed payment.

  3. An individual must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the ERDC program, an individual must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in child care provider.

      2. A change in employment status.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

      5. A member of the filing group is discharged from the U.S. military and returning from active duty in a military war zone.

      6. A change in income above the ERDC income limit as defined in OAR 461-155-0150(5)(b) that is expected to continue.

    2. In the SNAP program:

      1. An ABAWD residing in one of the time limit counties (see OAR 461-135-0520), who is employed and assigned to CRS or SRS must report a change in work hours when work hours are below 20 hours per week.  This change must be reported within 10 days of occurrence.

      2. An individual assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      3. An individual assigned to SRS must report when the monthly income of the filing group exceeds the SNAP countable (see OAR 461-001-0000) income limit by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

      4. An individual assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    3. For Employment Payments (see OAR 461-135-1270) and JPI (see OAR 461-135-1260), an individual must follow the same reporting requirements as a SNAP client assigned to CRS, SRS, or TBA reporting systems (see OAR 461-170-0010).

    4. In the GA, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, an individual must report all changes that may affect eligibility (see OAR 461-001-0000) within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. Except for QMB-BAS, QMB-SMB, and QMB-SMF, a change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

    5. In the REF, SFPSS, and TANF programs, an individual assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. Employment separation.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in marital status or other changes in membership of the filing group.

      6. A change in mailing address or residence.

      7. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      8. A change in source of income.

      9. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      10. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      11. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    6. In the REFM program, an individual must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 409.050, 411.060, 411.070, 411.404, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 413.085, 414.685
Stats. Implemented: ORS 409.010, 409.050, 411.060, 411.070, 411.081, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 411.825, 411.837, 412.014, 412.049, 413.085, 414.685, 414.826

Attention: Effective 01/01/09 the following rules were renumbered into 461-170-0011: 461-170-0015, 461-170-0020, 461-170-0025, 461-170-0030, and 461-170-0035


Attention: Effective 01/01/09 the following rules were renumbered into 461-170-0011: 461-170-0015, 461-170-0020, 461-170-0025, 461-170-0030, and 461-170-0035


461-170-0011    Effective 04/01/16
Changes That Must Be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the individual of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the individual receives the new or changed payment.

  3. An individual must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the ERDC program, an individual must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in child care provider.

      2. A change in employment status.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

      5. A member of the filing group is discharged from the U.S. military and returning from active duty in a military war zone.

      6. A change in income above the ERDC income limit as defined in OAR 461-155-0150(5)(b) that is expected to continue.

    2. In the SNAP program:

      1. An ABAWD (see OAR 461-135-0520) assigned to CRS or SRS who resides in Multnomah or Washington County and is employed must report a change in work hours when work hours are below 20 hours per week.

      2. An individual assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      3. An individual assigned to SRS must report when the monthly income of the filing group exceeds the SNAP countable (see OAR 461-001-0000) income limit by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

      4. An individual assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    3. For JPI (see OAR 461-135-1260), an individual must follow the same reporting requirements as a SNAP client assigned to CRS, SRS, or TBA reporting systems (see OAR 461-170-0010).

    4. In the GA, GAM, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, an individual must report all changes that may affect eligibility (see OAR 461-001-0000) within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. Except for QMB-BAS, QMB-SMB, and QMB-SMF, a change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

    5. In the REF, SFPSS, and TANF programs, an individual assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. Employment separation.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in marital status or other changes in membership of the filing group.

      6. A change in mailing address or residence.

      7. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      8. A change in source of income.

      9. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      10. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      11. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    6. In the REFM program, an individual must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 409.050, 411.060, 411.070, 411.404, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 413.085, 414.685
Stats. Implemented: ORS 409.010, 409.050, 411.060, 411.070, 411.081, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 411.825, 411.837, 412.014, 412.049, 413.085, 414.685, 414.826


461-170-0011    Effective 01/01/16
Changes That Must Be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the individual of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the individual receives the new or changed payment.

  3. An individual must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the ERDC program, an individual must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in child care provider.

      2. A change in employment status.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

      5. A member of the filing group is discharged from the U.S. military and returning from active duty in a military war zone.

      6. A change in income above the ERDC income limit as defined in OAR 461-155-0150(5)(b) that is expected to continue.

    2. In the SNAP program:

      1. An ABAWD (see OAR 461-135-0520) assigned to CRS or SRS who resides in Multnomah or Washington County and is employed must report a change in work hours when work hours are below 20 hours per week.

      2. An individual assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      3. An individual assigned to SRS must report when the monthly income of the filing group exceeds the SNAP countable (see OAR 461-001-0000) income limit by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

      4. An individual assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    3. For JPI (see OAR 461-135-1260), an individual must follow the same reporting requirements as a SNAP client assigned to CRS, SRS, or TBA reporting systems (see OAR 461-170-0010).

    4. In the GA, GAM, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, an individual must report all changes that may affect eligibility (see OAR 461-001-0000) within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. Except for QMB-BAS, QMB-SMB, and QMB-SMF, a change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

    5. In the REF, SFPSS, and TANF programs, an individual assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. A change in employment status.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in marital status or other changes in membership of the filing group.

      6. A change in mailing address or residence.

      7. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      8. A change in source of income.

      9. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      10. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      11. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    6. In the REFM program, an individual must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 409.050, 411.060, 411.070, 411.404, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 413.085, 414.685
Stats. Implemented: ORS 409.010, 409.050, 411.060, 411.070, 411.081, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 411.825, 411.837, 412.014, 412.049, 413.085, 414.685, 414.826


461-170-0011    Effective 10/01/15
Changes That Must Be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the individual of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the individual receives the new or changed payment.

  3. An individual must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the ERDC program, an individual must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in child care provider.

      2. A change in employment status.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

      5. A member of the filing group is discharged from the U.S. military and returning from active duty in a military war zone.

      6. A change in income above the ERDC income limit as defined in OAR 461-155-0150(5)(b) that is expected to continue.

    2. In the SNAP program:

      1. An individual assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. An individual assigned to SRS must report when the monthly income of the filing group exceeds the SNAP countable (see OAR 461-001-0000) income limit by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

      3. An individual assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    3. For JPI (see OAR 461-135-1260), an individual must follow the same reporting requirements as a SNAP client assigned to CRS, SRS, or TBA reporting systems (see OAR 461-170-0010).

    4. In the GA, GAM, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, an individual must report all changes that may affect eligibility (see OAR 461-001-0000) within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. A change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

    5. In the REF, SFPSS, and TANF programs, an individual assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. A change in employment status.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in marital status or other changes in membership of the filing group.

      6. A change in mailing address or residence.

      7. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      8. A change in source of income.

      9. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      10. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      11. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    6. In the REFM program, an individual must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 409.050, 411.060, 411.070, 411.404, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 413.085, 414.685
Stats. Implemented: ORS 409.010, 409.050, 411.060, 411.070, 411.081, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 411.825, 412.014, 412.049, 413.085, 414.685, 414.826


461-170-0011    Effective 10/01/14
Changes That Must be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the client of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the client receives the new or changed payment.

  3. A client must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the ERDC program:

      1. A client not participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. A change in employment status.

        3. A change in mailing address or residence.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

        5. A change in source of income expected to continue.

      2. A client participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. Loss of employment.

        3. Monthly income exceeding the SNAP countable income limit.

        4. A parent (see OAR 461-001-0000) of a child or unborn or the spouse of the caretaker moves into the residence.

      3. The ERDC case may continue to follow the reporting requirements in paragraph (3)(a)(B) of this rule without a companion SNAP case in SRS when:

        1. The ERDC case was certified in the fifth or sixth month of the SNAP certification period (see OAR 461-001-0000); and

        2. The SNAP companion case automatically closes because the Interim Change Report (see OAR 461-170-0010) was not received.

    2. In the SNAP program:

      1. A client assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A client assigned to SRS must report when the filing group's monthly income exceeds the SNAP countable income limit by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

      3. A client assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    3. For JPI (see OAR 461-135-1260), a client must follow the same reporting requirements as a SNAP client assigned to CRS, SRS or TBA reporting systems (see OAR 461-170-0010).

    4. In the GA, GAM, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, a client must report all changes that may affect eligibility within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. A change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

    5. In the REF, SFPSS, and TANF programs, clients assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. A change in employment status.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in marital status or other changes in membership of the filing group.

      6. A change in mailing address or residence.

      7. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      8. A change in source of income.

      9. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      10. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      11. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    6. In the REFM program, clients must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.404, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.231
Stats. Implemented: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.081, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.025, 414.231, 414.826


461-170-0011    Temporary Effective 06/26/14 through 09/30/14
Changes That Must be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the client of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the client receives the new or changed payment.

  3. A client must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the ERDC program:

      1. A client not participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. A change in employment status.

        3. A change in mailing address or residence.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

        5. A change in source of income expected to continue.

      2. A client participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. Loss of employment.

        3. Monthly income exceeding the SNAP countable income limit.

        4. A parent (see OAR 461-001-0000) of a child or unborn or the spouse of the caretaker moves into the residence.

      3. The ERDC case may continue to follow the reporting requirements in paragraph (3)(a)(B) of this rule without a companion SNAP case in SRS when:

        1. The ERDC case was certified in the fifth or sixth month of the SNAP certification period (see OAR 461-001-0000); and

        2. The SNAP companion case automatically closes because the Interim Change Report (see OAR 461-170-0010) was not received.

    2. In the SNAP program:

      1. A client assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A client assigned to SRS must report when the filing group's monthly income exceeds the SNAP countable income limit by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

      3. A client assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    3. For JPI (see OAR 461-135-1260), a client must follow the same reporting requirements as a SNAP client assigned to CRS, SRS or TBA reporting systems (see OAR 461-170-0010).

    4. In the GA, GAM, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, a client must report all changes that may affect eligibility within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. A change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

    5. In the REF, SFPSS, and TANF programs, clients assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. A change in employment status.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in marital status or other changes in membership of the filing group.

      6. A change in mailing address or residence.

      7. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      8. A change in source of income.

      9. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      10. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      11. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    6. In the REFM program, clients must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.404, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.231
Stats. Implemented: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.081, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.025, 414.231, 414.826, 414.831


461-170-0011    Effective 01/01/14
Changes That Must be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the client of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the client receives the new or changed payment.

  3. A client must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the ERDC program:

      1. A client not participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. A change in employment status.

        3. A change in mailing address or residence.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

        5. A change in source of income expected to continue.

      2. A client participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. Loss of employment.

        3. Monthly income exceeding the SNAP countable income limit.

        4. A parent (see OAR 461-001-0000) of a child or unborn or the spouse of the caretaker moves into the residence.

      3. The ERDC case may continue to follow the reporting requirements in paragraph (3)(a)(B) of this rule without a companion SNAP case in SRS when:

        1. The ERDC case was certified in the fifth or sixth month of the SNAP certification period (see OAR 461-001-0000); and

        2. The SNAP companion case automatically closes because the Interim Change Report (see OAR 461-170-0010) was not received.

    2. In the SNAP program:

      1. A client assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A client assigned to SRS must report when the filing group's monthly income exceeds the SNAP countable income limit by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

      3. A client assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    3. For JPI (see OAR 461-135-1260) a client must follow the same reporting requirements as a SNAP client assigned to SRS or TBA reporting systems (see OAR 461-170-0010).

    4. In the GA, GAM, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, a client must report all changes that may affect eligibility within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. A change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

    5. In the REF, SFPSS, and TANF programs, clients assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. A change in employment status.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in marital status or other changes in membership of the filing group.

      6. A change in mailing address or residence.

      7. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      8. A change in source of income.

      9. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      10. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      11. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    6. In the REFM program, clients must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.404, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.231
Stats. Implemented: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.081, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.025, 414.231, 414.826, 414.831


461-170-0011    Temporary Effective 10/01/13 through 12/31/13
Changes That Must be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the client of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the client receives the new or changed payment.

  3. A client must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the ERDC program:

      1. A client not participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. A change in employment status.

        3. A change in mailing address or residence.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

        5. A change in source of income expected to continue.

      2. A client participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. Loss of employment.

        3. Monthly income exceeding the SNAP countable income limit.

        4. A parent (see OAR 461-001-0000) of a child or unborn or the spouse of the caretaker moves into the residence.

      3. The ERDC case may continue to follow the reporting requirements in paragraph (3)(a)(B) of this rule without a companion SNAP case in SRS when:

        1. The ERDC case was certified in the fifth or sixth month of the SNAP certification period (see OAR 461-001-0000); and

        2. The SNAP companion case automatically closes because the Interim Change Report (see OAR 461-170-0010) was not received.

    2. In the SNAP program:

      1. A client assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A client assigned to SRS must report when the filing group's monthly income exceeds the SNAP countable income limit by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

      3. A client assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    3. For JPI (see OAR 461-135-1260) a client must follow the same reporting requirements as a SNAP client assigned to SRS or TBA reporting systems (see OAR 461-170-0010).

    4. In the GA, GAM, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, a client must report all changes that may affect eligibility within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. A change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

    5. In the REF, SFPSS, and TANF programs, clients assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. A change in employment status.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in marital status or other changes in membership of the filing group.

      6. A change in mailing address or residence.

      7. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      8. A change in source of income.

      9. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      10. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      11. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    6. In the REFM program, clients must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.404, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.231
Stats. Implemented: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.081, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.025, 414.231, 414.826, 414.831


461-170-0011    Effective 10/01/13
Changes That Must be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the client of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the client receives the new or changed payment.

  3. A client must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the BCCM program, a client must report either of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in residence.

    2. In the ERDC program:

      1. A client not participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. A change in employment status.

        3. A change in mailing address or residence.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

        5. A change in source of income expected to continue.

      2. A client participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. Loss of employment.

        3. Monthly income exceeding the SNAP countable income limit.

        4. A parent (see OAR 461-001-0000) of a child or unborn or the spouse of the caretaker moves into the residence.

      3. The ERDC case may continue to follow the reporting requirements in paragraph (3)(b)(B) of this rule without a companion SNAP case in SRS when:

        1. The ERDC case was certified in the fifth or sixth month of the SNAP certification period (see OAR 461-001-0000); and

        2. The SNAP companion case automatically closes because the Interim Change Report (see OAR 461-170-0010) was not received.

    3. In the EXT program, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in name.

      3. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0330).

      4. A change in residence.

      5. A member in filing group is no longer a dependent child (see OAR 461-001-0000).

    4. In the SNAP program:

      1. A client assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A client assigned to SRS must report when the filing group's monthly income exceeds the SNAP countable income limit by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

      3. A client assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    5. For JPI (see OAR 461-135-1260) a client must follow the same reporting requirements as a SNAP client assigned to SRS or TBA reporting systems (see OAR 461-170-0010).

    6. In the GA, GAM, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, a client must report all changes that may affect eligibility within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. A change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

    7. In the REF, SFPSS, and TANF programs, clients assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. A change in employment status.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in marital status or other changes in membership of the filing group.

      6. A change in mailing address or residence.

      7. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      8. A change in source of income.

      9. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      10. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      11. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    8. In the HKC and OHP programs, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in availability of employer-sponsored health insurance.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in name.

      5. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0400).

    9. In the MAA, MAF, and SAC programs, clients must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in earned income more than $100.

      2. A change in employment status.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status or other changes in membership of the filing group.

      5. A change in mailing address or residence.

      6. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      7. A change in source of income.

      8. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      9. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

    10. In the REFM program, clients must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.404, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.231
Stats. Implemented: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.081, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.025, 414.231, 414.826, 414.831


461-170-0011    Effective 10/01/12
Changes That Must be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the client of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the client receives the new or changed payment.

  3. A client must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the BCCM program, a client must report either of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in residence.

    2. In the ERDC program:

      1. A client not participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. A change in employment status.

        3. A change in mailing address or residence.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

        5. A change in source of income expected to continue.

      2. A client participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. Loss of employment.

        3. Monthly income exceeding the SNAP countable income limit.

        4. A parent (see OAR 461-001-0000) of a child or unborn or the spouse of the caretaker moves into the residence.

      3. The ERDC case may continue to follow the reporting requirements in paragraph (3)(b)(B) of this rule without a companion SNAP case in SRS when:

        1. The ERDC case was certified in the fifth or sixth month of the SNAP certification period (see OAR 461-001-0000); and

        2. The SNAP companion case automatically closes because the Interim Change Report (see OAR 461-170-0010) was not received.

    3. In the EXT program, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in name.

      3. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0330).

      4. A change in residence.

      5. A member in filing group is no longer a dependent child (see OAR 461-001-0000).

    4. In the SNAP program:

      1. A client assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A client assigned to SRS must report when the filing group's monthly income exceeds the SNAP countable income limit by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

      3. A client assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    5. For JPI (see OAR 461-135-1260) a client must follow the same reporting requirements as a SNAP client assigned to SRS or TBA reporting systems (see OAR 461-170-0010).

    6. In the GA, GAM, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, a client must report all changes that may affect eligibility within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

      1. A change in employmentstatus.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. A change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

    7. In the MAA, MAF, REF, SAC, SFPSS, and TANF programs, clients assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. A change in employment status.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in mailing address or residence.

      6. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      7. A change in source of income.

      8. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      9. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      10. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    8. In the HKC and OHP programs, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in availability of employer-sponsored health insurance.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in name.

      5. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0400).

    9. In the REFM program, clients must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.404, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.231
Stats. Implemented: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.081, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.025, 414.231, 414.826, 414.831


461-170-0011    Temporary Effective 05/01/12 through 09/30/12
Changes That Must be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the client of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the client receives the new or changed payment.

  3. A client must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the BCCM program, a client must report either of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in residence.

    2. In the ERDC program:

      1. A client not participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. A change in employment status.

        3. A change in mailing address or residence.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

        5. A change in source of income expected to continue.

      2. A client participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. Loss of employment.

        3. Monthly income exceeding the SNAP countable income limit.

        4. A parent (see OAR 461-001-0000) of a child or unborn or the spouse of the caretaker moves into the residence.

      3. The ERDC case may continue to follow the reporting requirements in paragraph (3)(b)(B) of this rule without a companion SNAP case in SRS when:

        1. The ERDC case was certified in the fifth or sixth month of the SNAP certification period (see OAR 461-001-0000); and

        2. The SNAP companion case automatically closes because the Interim Change Report (see OAR 461-170-0010) was not received.

    3. In the EXT program, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in name.

      3. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0330).

      4. A change in residence.

      5. A member in filing group is no longer a dependent child (see OAR 461-001-0000).

    4. In the SNAP program:

      1. A client assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A client assigned to SRS must report when the filing group's monthly income exceeds the SNAP countable income limit by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

      3. A client assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    5. For JPI (see OAR 461-135-1260) a client must follow the same reporting requirements as a SNAP client assigned to SRS or TBA reporting systems (see OAR 461-170-0010).

    6. In the GA, GAM, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, a client must report all changes that may affect eligibility within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. A change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

    7. In the MAA, MAF, REF, SAC, SFPSS, and TANF programs, clients assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. A change in employment status.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in mailing address or residence.

      6. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      7. A change in source of income.

      8. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      9. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      10. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    8. In the HKC and OHP programs, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in availability of employer-sponsored health insurance.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in name.

      5. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0400).

    9. In the REFM program, clients must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.404, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.231
Stats. Implemented: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.081, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.025, 414.231, 414.826, 414.831


461-170-0011    Effective 03/30/12
Changes That Must be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the client of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the client receives the new or changed payment.

  3. A client must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the BCCM program, a client must report either of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in residence.

    2. In the ERDC program:

      1. A client not participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. A change in employment status.

        3. A change in mailing address or residence.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

        5. A change in source of income expected to continue.

      2. A client participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. Loss of employment.

        3. Monthly income exceeding the SNAP countable income limit.

        4. A parent (see OAR 461-001-0000) of a child or unborn or the spouse of the caretaker moves into the residence.

      3. The ERDC case may continue to follow the reporting requirements in paragraph (3)(b)(B) of this rule without a companion SNAP case in SRS when:

        1. The ERDC case was certified in the fifth or sixth month of the SNAP certification period (see OAR 461-001-0000); and

        2. The SNAP companion case automatically closes because the Interim Change Report (see OAR 461-170-0010) was not received.

    3. In the EXT program, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in name.

      3. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0330).

      4. A change in residence.

      5. A member in filing group is no longer a dependent child (see OAR 461-001-0000).

    4. In the SNAP program:

      1. A client assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A client assigned to SRS must report when the filing group's monthly income exceeds the SNAP countable income limit by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

      3. A client assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    5. For JPI (see OAR 461-135-1260) a client must follow the same reporting requirements as a SNAP client assigned to SRS (see OAR 461-170-0010).

    6. In the GA, GAM, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, a client must report all changes that may affect eligibility within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. A change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

    7. In the MAA, MAF, REF, SAC, SFPSS, and TANF programs, clients assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. A change in employment status.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in mailing address or residence.

      6. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      7. A change in source of income.

      8. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      9. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      10. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    8. In the HKC and OHP programs, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in availability of employer-sponsored health insurance.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in name.

      5. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0400).

    9. In the REFM program, clients must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.404, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.231
Stats. Implemented: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.081, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.025, 414.231, 414.826, 414.831


461-170-0011    Temporary Effective 10/01/11 through 03/29/12
Changes That Must be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the client of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the client receives the new or changed payment.

  3. A client must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the BCCM program, a client must report either of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in residence.

    2. In the ERDC program:

      1. A client not participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. A change in employment status.

        3. A change in mailing address or residence.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

        5. A change in source of income expected to continue.

      2. A client participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. Loss of employment.

        3. Monthly income exceeding the SNAP countable income limit.

        4. A parent (see OAR 461-001-0000) of a child or unborn or the spouse of the caretaker moves into the residence.

      3. The ERDC case may continue to follow the reporting requirements in paragraph (3)(b)(B) of this rule without a companion SNAP case in SRS when:

        1. The ERDC case was certified in the fifth or sixth month of the SNAP certification period (see OAR 461-001-0000); and

        2. The SNAP companion case automatically closes because the Interim Change Report (see OAR 461-170-0010) was not received.

    3. In the EXT program, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in name.

      3. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0330).

      4. A change in residence.

      5. A member in filing group is no longer a dependent child (see OAR 461-001-0000).

    4. In the SNAP program:

      1. A client assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A client assigned to SRS must report when the filing group's monthly income exceeds the SNAP countable income limit by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

      3. A client assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    5. In the JPI program (see OAR 461-135-1260) a client must follow reporting requirements of a SNAP client assigned to SRS (see OAR 461-170-0010).

    6. In the GA, GAM, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, a client must report all changes that may affect eligibility within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. A change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

    7. In the MAA, MAF, REF, SAC, SFPSS, and TANF programs, clients assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. A change in employment status.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in mailing address or residence.

      6. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      7. A change in source of income.

      8. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      9. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      10. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    8. In the HKC and OHP programs, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in availability of employer-sponsored health insurance.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in name.

      5. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0400).

    9. In the REFM program, clients must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.404, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.231
Stats. Implemented: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.081, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.025, 414.231, 414.826, 414.831


461-170-0011    Effective 01/01/11
Changes That Must be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the client of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the client receives the new or changed payment.

  3. A client must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the BCCM program, a client must report either of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in residence.

    2. In the ERDC program:

      1. A client not participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. A change in employment status.

        3. A change in mailing address or residence.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

        5. A change in source of income expected to continue.

      2. A client participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. Loss of employment.

        3. Monthly income exceeding the SNAP countable income limit.

        4. A parent (see OAR 461-001-0000) of a child or unborn or the spouse of the caretaker moves into the residence.

      3. The ERDC case may continue to follow the reporting requirements in paragraph (3)(b)(B) of this rule without a companion SNAP case in SRS when:

        1. The ERDC case was certified in the fifth or sixth month of the SNAP certification period (see OAR 461-001-0000); and

        2. The SNAP companion case automatically closes because the Interim Change Report (see OAR 461-170-0010) was not received.

    3. In the EXT program, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in name.

      3. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0330).

      4. A change in residence.

      5. A member in filing group is no longer a dependent child (see OAR 461-001-0000).

    4. In the SNAP program:

      1. A client assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A client assigned to SRS must report when the filing group's monthly income exceeds the SNAP countable income limit by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

      3. A client assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    5. In the GA, GAM, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, a client must report all changes that may affect eligibility within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. A change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

    6. In the MAA, MAF, REF, SAC, SFPSS, and TANF programs, clients assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. A change in employment status.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in mailing address or residence.

      6. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      7. A change in source of income.

      8. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      9. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      10. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    7. In the HKC and OHP programs, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in availability of employer-sponsored health insurance.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in name.

      5. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0400).

    8. In the REFM program, clients must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.404, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.231
Stats. Implemented: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.081, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.025, 414.231, 414.826, 414.831


461-170-0011    Effective 10/01/10
Changes That Must be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the client of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the client receives the new or changed payment.

  3. A client must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the BCCM program, a client must report either of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in residence.

    2. In the ERDC program:

      1. A client not participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. A change in employment status.

        3. A change in mailing address or residence.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

        5. A change in source of income expected to continue.

      2. A client participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. Loss of employment.

        3. Monthly income exceeding the SNAP countable income limit.

        4. A parent (see OAR 461-001-0000) of a child or unborn or the spouse of the caretaker moves into the residence.

      3. The ERDC case may continue to follow the reporting requirements in paragraph (3)(b)(B) of this rule without a companion SNAP case in SRS when:

        1. The ERDC case was certified in the fifth or sixth month of the SNAP certification period (see OAR 461-001-0000); and

        2. The SNAP companion case automatically closes because the Interim Change Report (see OAR 461-170-0010) was not received.

    3. In the EXT program, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in name.

      3. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0330).

      4. A change in residence.

      5. A member in filing group is no longer a dependent child (see OAR 461-001-0000).

    4. In the SNAP program:

      1. A client assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A client assigned to SRS must report monthly income exceeding the SNAP countable income limit by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

      3. A client assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    5. In the GA, GAM, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, a client must report all changes that may affect eligibility within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. A change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

    6. In the MAA, MAF, REF, SAC, SFPSS, and TANF programs, clients assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. A change in employment status.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in mailing address or residence.

      6. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      7. A change in source of income.

      8. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      9. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      10. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    7. In the HKC and OHP programs, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in availability of employer-sponsored health insurance.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in name.

      5. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0400).

    8. In the REFM program, clients must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.105, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.025, 414.231, 414.826, 414.831
Stats. Implemented: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.105, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.025, 414.231, 414.826, 414.831


461-170-0011    Effective 07/01/10
Changes That Must be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the client of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the client receives the new or changed payment.

  3. A client must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the BCCM program, a client must report either of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in residence.

    2. In the ERDC program:

      1. A client not participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. A change in employment status.

        3. A change in mailing address or residence.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

        5. A change in source of income expected to continue.

      2. A client participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. Loss of employment.

        3. Monthly income exceeding the SNAP countable income limit.

        4. A parent (see OAR 461-001-0000) of a child or unborn or the spouse of the caretaker moves into the residence.

      3. The ERDC case may continue to follow the reporting requirements in paragraph (3)(b)(B) of this rule without a companion SNAP case in SRS when:

        1. The ERDC case was certified in the fifth or sixth month of the SNAP certification period (see OAR 461-001-0000); and

        2. The SNAP companion case automatically closes because the Interim Change Report (see OAR 461-170-0010) was not received.

    3. In the EXT program, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in name.

      3. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0330).

      4. A change in residence.

      5. A member in filing group is no longer a dependent child (see OAR 461-001-0000).

    4. In the SNAP program:

      1. A client assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A client assigned to SRS must report monthly income exceeding the SNAP countable income limit by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

      3. A client assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    5. In the GA, GAM, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs:

      1. A client must report all changes that may affect eligibility within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

        1. A change in employment status.

        2. A change in health care coverage.

        3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

        4. A change in marital status.

        5. A change in residence.

        6. A change in resources.

        7. A change in source or amount of income.

      2. A client assigned to MRS also must report changes in income in accordance with the rules related to MRS (see OAR 461-170-0010, 461-170-0100, 461-170-0110).

    6. In the MAA, MAF, REF, SAC, SFPSS, and TANF programs, clients assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. A change in employment status.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in mailing address or residence.

      6. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      7. A change in source of income.

      8. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      9. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      10. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    7. In the HKC and OHP programs, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in availability of employer-sponsored health insurance.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in name.

      5. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0400).

    8. In the REFM program, clients must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.025, 414.231, 414.826, 414.831
Stats. Implemented: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.105, 411.404, 411.704, 411.706, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.025, 414.231, 414.826, 414.831


461-170-0011    Temporary Effective 04/01/10 through 06/30/10
Changes That Must be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the client of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the client receives the new or changed payment.

  3. A client must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the BCCM program, a client must report either of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in residence.

    2. In the ERDC program:

      1. A client not participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. A change in employment status.

        3. A change in mailing address or residence.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

        5. A change in source of income expected to continue.

      2. A client participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. Loss of employment.

        3. Monthly income exceeding the SNAP countable income limit.

        4. A parent (see OAR 461-001-0000) of a child or unborn or the spouse of the caretaker moves into the residence.

      3. The ERDC case may continue to follow the reporting requirements in paragraph (3)(b)(B) of this rule without a companion SNAP case in SRS when:

        1. The ERDC case was certified in the fifth or sixth month of the SNAP certification period (see OAR 461-001-0000); and

        2. The SNAP companion case automatically closes because the Interim Change Report (see OAR 461-170-0010) was not received.

    3. In the EXT program, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in name.

      3. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0330).

      4. A change in residence.

      5. A member in filing group is no longer a dependent child (see OAR 461-001-0000).

    4. In the SNAP program:

      1. A client assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A client assigned to SRS must report monthly income exceeding the SNAP countable income limit by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

      3. A client assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    5. In the GA, GAM, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs:

      1. A client must report all changes that may affect eligibility within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

        1. A change in employment status.

        2. A change in health care coverage.

        3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

        4. A change in marital status.

        5. A change in residence.

        6. A change in resources.

        7. A change in source or amount of income.

      2. A client assigned to MRS also must report changes in income in accordance with the rules related to MRS (see OAR 461-170-0010, 461-170-0100, 461-170-0110).

    6. In the MAA, MAF, REF, SAC, SFPSS, and TANF programs, clients assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. A change in employment status.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in mailing address or residence.

      6. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      7. A change in source of income.

      8. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      9. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      10. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    7. In the HKC and OHP programs, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in availability of employer-sponsored health insurance.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in name.

      5. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0400).

    8. In the REFM program, clients must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.404, 411.816, 412.049
Stats. Implemented: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.105, 411.404, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049


461-170-0011    Effective 04/01/10
Changes That Must be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the client of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the client receives the new or changed payment.

  3. A client must report, orally or in writing, the following changes:

    1. In the BCCM program, a client must report either of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in residence.

    2. In the ERDC program:

      1. A client not participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. A change in employment status.

        3. A change in mailing address or residence.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

        5. A change in source of income expected to continue.

      2. A client participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence:

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. Loss of employment.

        3. Monthly income exceeding the SNAP countable income limit.

        4. A parent (see OAR 461-001-0000) of a child or unborn or the spouse of the caretaker moves into the residence.

      3. The ERDC case may continue to follow the reporting requirements in paragraph (3)(b)(B) of this rule without a companion SNAP case in SRS when:

        1. The ERDC case was certified in the fifth or sixth month of the SNAP certification period (see OAR 461-001-0000); and

        2. The SNAP companion case automatically closes because the Interim Change Report (see OAR 461-170-0010) was not received.

    3. In the EXT program, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in name.

      3. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0330).

      4. A change in residence.

      5. A member in filing group is no longer a dependent child (see OAR 461-001-0000).

    4. In the SNAP program:

      1. A client assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A client assigned to SRS must report monthly income exceeding the SNAP countable income limit by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

      3. A client assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    5. In the GA, GAM, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs:

      1. A client must report all changes that may affect eligibility within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes:

        1. A change in employment status.

        2. A change in health care coverage.

        3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

        4. A change in marital status.

        5. A change in residence.

        6. A change in resources.

        7. A change in source or amount of income.

      2. A client assigned to MRS also must report changes in income in accordance with the rules related to MRS (see OAR 461-170-0010, 461-170-0100, 461-170-0110).

    6. In the MAA, MAF, REF, SAC, SFPSS, and TANF programs, clients assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. A change in employment status.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in mailing address or residence.

      6. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      7. A change in source of income.

      8. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      9. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      10. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    7. In the OHP program, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in availability of employer-sponsored health insurance.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in name.

      5. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0400).

    8. In the REFM program, clients must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence:

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.404, 411.816, 412.049
Stats. Implemented: ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.105, 411.404, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049


461-170-0011    Temporary Effective 01/01/10 through 03/31/10
Changes That Must be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the client of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the client receives the new or changed payment.

  3. A client must report the following changes. The report may be made orally or in writing.

    1. In the BCCM program, a client must report either of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in residence.

    2. In the ERDC program:

      1. A client not participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. A change in employment status.

        3. A change in mailing address or residence.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

        5. A change in source of income expected to continue.

      2. A client participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. A change in mailing address.

        3. Loss of employment.

        4. Monthly income exceeding the SNAP countable income limit.

        5. A parent (see OAR 461-001-0000) of a child or unborn or the spouse of the caretaker moves into the residence.

      3. The ERDC case may continue to follow the reporting requirements in paragraph (3)(b)(B) of this rule without a companion SNAP case in SRS when:

        1. The ERDC case was certified in the fifth or sixth month of the SNAP certification period (see OAR 461-001-0000); and

        2. The SNAP companion case automatically closes because the Interim Change Report (see OAR 461-170-0010) was not received.

    3. In the EXT program, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in name.

      3. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0330).

      4. A change in residence.

      5. A member in filing group is no longer a dependent child (see OAR 461-001-0000).

    4. In the SNAP program:

      1. A client assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A client assigned to MRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence, except for changes in income which must be reported in accordance with the rules related to MRS (OAR 461-170-0010, 461-170-0100, 461-170-0110).

        1. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        2. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        3. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        4. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

        5. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      3. A client assigned to SRS must report any of the following changes by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

        1. Monthly income exceeding the countable income limit in the SNAP program.

        2. A change in mailing address.

      4. A client assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    5. In the GA, GAM, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, a client must report all changes that may affect eligibility within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes. A client assigned to MRS also must report changes in income in accordance with the rules related to MRS (see OAR 461-170-0010, 461-170-0100, 461-170-0110).

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. A change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

    6. In the MAA, MAF, REF, SAC, SFPSS, and TANF programs, clients assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. A change in employment status.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in mailing address or residence.

      6. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      7. A change in source of income.

      8. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      9. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      10. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    7. In the MAA, REF, SFPSS, and TANF programs, a client assigned to MRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence, except for changes in income, which must be reported in accordance with the rules related to MRS (see OAR 461-170-0010, 461-170-0100, 461-170-0110).

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of non-excluded vehicles.

      2. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      5. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      6. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    8. In the HKC and OHP programs, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

      1. A change in availability of employer-sponsored health insurance.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in name.

      5. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0400).

    9. In the REFM program, clients must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 411.060, 411.816, 412.049, 414.042, 2009 Or. Laws ch. 867
Stats. Implemented: ORS 411.060, 411.105, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.042, 2009 Or. Laws ch. 867


461-170-0011    Effective 01/01/10 - Technical Amendment
Changes That Must be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the client of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the client receives the new or changed payment.

  3. A client must report the following changes. The report may be made orally or in writing.

    1. In the BCCM program, a client must report either of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in residence.

    2. In the ERDC program:

      1. A client not participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. A change in employment status.

        3. A change in mailing address or residence.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

        5. A change in source of income expected to continue.

      2. A client participating in SRS in the SNAP program must report the following changes by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. A change in mailing address.

        3. Loss of employment.

        4. Monthly income exceeding the SNAP countable income limit.

        5. A parent (see OAR 461-001-0000) of a child or unborn or the spouse of the caretaker moves into the residence.

      3. The ERDC case may continue to follow the reporting requirements in paragraph (3)(b)(B) of this rule without a companion SNAP case in SRS when:

        1. The ERDC case was certified in the fifth or sixth month of the SNAP certification period (see OAR 461-001-0000); and

        2. The SNAP companion case automatically closes because the Interim Change Report (see OAR 461-170-0010) was not received.

    3. In the EXT program, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in name.

      3. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0330).

      4. A change in residence.

      5. A member in filing group is no longer a dependent child (see OAR 461-001-0000).

    4. In the SNAP program:

      1. A client assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A client assigned to MRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence, except for changes in income which must be reported in accordance with the rules related to MRS (OAR 461-170-0010, 461-170-0100, 461-170-0110).

        1. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        2. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        3. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        4. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

        5. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      3. A client assigned to SRS must report any of the following changes by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

        1. Monthly income exceeding the countable income limit in the SNAP program.

        2. A change in mailing address.

      4. A client assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    5. In the GA, GAM, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, a client must report all changes that may affect eligibility within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes. A client assigned to MRS also must report changes in income in accordance with the rules related to MRS (see OAR 461-170-0010, 461-170-0100, 461-170-0110).

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. A change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

    6. In the MAA, MAF, REF, SAC, SFPSS, and TANF programs, clients assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. A change in employment status.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in mailing address or residence.

      6. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      7. A change in source of income.

      8. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      9. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      10. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    7. In the MAA, REF, SFPSS, and TANF programs, a client assigned to MRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence, except for changes in income, which must be reported in accordance with the rules related to MRS (see OAR 461-170-0010, 461-170-0100, 461-170-0110).

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of non-excluded vehicles.

      2. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      5. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      6. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    8. In the OHP program, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

      1. A change in availability of employer-sponsored health insurance.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in name.

      5. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0400).

    9. In the REFM program, clients must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 411.060, 411.816, 412.049, 414.042
Stats. Implemented: ORS 411.060, 411.105, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.042


461-170-0011    Effective 04/01/09
Changes That Must be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the client of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the client receives the new or changed payment.

  3. A client must report the following changes. The report may be made orally or in writing.

    1. In the BCCM program, a client must report either of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in residence.

    2. In the ERDC program:

      1. A client not participating in SRS in the FS program must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. A change in employment status.

        3. A change in mailing address or residence.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

        5. A change in source of income expected to continue.

      2. A client participating in SRS in the FS program must report the following changes by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

        1. A change in child care provider.

        2. A change in mailing address.

        3. Loss of employment.

        4. Monthly income exceeding the FS countable income limit.

        5. A parent (see OAR 461-001-0000) of a child or unborn or the spouse of the caretaker moves into the residence.

      3. The ERDC case may continue to follow the reporting requirements in paragraph (3)(b)(B) of this rule without a companion FS case in SRS when:

        1. The ERDC case was certified in the fifth or sixth month of the FS certification period (see OAR 461-001-0000); and

        2. The FS companion case automatically closes because the Interim Change Report (see OAR 461-170-0010) was not received.

    3. In the EXT program, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in name.

      3. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0330).

      4. A change in residence.

      5. A member in filing group is no longer a dependent child (see OAR 461-001-0000).

    4. In the FS program:

      1. A client assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A client assigned to MRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence, except for changes in income which must be reported in accordance with the rules related to MRS (OAR 461-170-0010, 461-170-0100, 461-170-0110).

        1. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        2. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        3. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        4. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

        5. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      3. A client assigned to SRS must report any of the following changes by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

        1. Monthly income exceeding the countable income limit in the FS program.

        2. A change in mailing address.

      4. A client assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    5. In the GA, GAM, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, a client must report all changes that may affect eligibility within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes. A client assigned to MRS also must report changes in income in accordance with the rules related to MRS (see OAR 461-170-0010, 461-170-0100, 461-170-0110).

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. A change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

    6. In the MAA, MAF, REF, SAC, SFPSS, and TANF programs, clients assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. A change in employment status.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in mailing address or residence.

      6. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      7. A change in source of income.

      8. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      9. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      10. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    7. In the MAA, REF, SFPSS, and TANF programs, a client assigned to MRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence, except for changes in income, which must be reported in accordance with the rules related to MRS (see OAR 461-170-0010, 461-170-0100, 461-170-0110).

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of non-excluded vehicles.

      2. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      5. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      6. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    8. In the OHP program, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

      1. A change in availability of employer-sponsored health insurance.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in name.

      5. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0400).

    9. In the REFM program, clients must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 411.060, 411.816, 412.049, 414.042
Stats. Implemented: ORS 411.060, 411.105, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.042


Effective 01/01/09 the following rules were renumbered into 461-170-0011: 461-170-0015, 461-170-0020, 461-170-0025, 461-170-0030, and 461-170-0035

This page does not include the previous rules for those rules listed above. Please review each rule individually for previous rule history.


461-170-0011    Effective 01/01/09
Changes That Must be Reported

  1. A change in employment status is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For a new job, the change occurs the first day of the new job.

    2. For a job separation, the change occurs on the last day of employment.

  2. A change in source of income is considered to occur as follows:

    1. For earned income, the change occurs upon the receipt by the client of the first paycheck from a new job or the first paycheck reflecting a new rate of pay.

    2. For unearned income, the change occurs the day the client receives the new or changed payment.

  3. A client must report the following changes. The report may be made orally or in writing.

    1. In the BCCM program, a client must report either of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in residence.

    2. In the ERDC program, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

      1. A change in child care provider.

      2. A change in employment status.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0350).

      5. A change in source of income expected to continue.

    3. In the EXT program, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

      1. A change in health care coverage.

      2. A change in name.

      3. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0330).

      4. A change in residence.

      5. A member in filing group is no longer a dependent child (see OAR 461-001-0000).

    4. In the FS program:

      1. A client assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

        1. A change in earned income of more than $100.

        2. A change in unearned income of more than $50.

        3. A change in source of income.

        4. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        5. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        6. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        7. When the sum of cash on hand, stocks, bond, and money in a bank or savings institution account reaches or exceeds program resource limits.

        8. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A client assigned to MRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence, except for changes in income which must be reported in accordance with the rules related to MRS (OAR 461-170-0010, 461-170-0100, 461-170-0110).

        1. A change in membership of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0370) and any resulting change in income.

        2. A change in residence and the shelter costs in the new residence.

        3. A change in the legal obligation to pay child support.

        4. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

        5. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      3. A client assigned to SRS must report any of the following changes by the tenth day of the month following the month of occurrence.

        1. Monthly income exceeding the countable income limit in the FS program.

        2. A change in mailing address.

      4. A client assigned to TBA is not required to report any changes.

    5. In the GA, GAM, OSIP, OSIPM, and QMB programs, a client must report all changes that may affect eligibility within 10 days of occurrence, including any of the following changes. A client assigned to MRS also must report changes in income in accordance with the rules related to MRS (see OAR 461-170-0010, 461-170-0100, 461-170-0110).

      1. A change in employment status.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      4. A change in marital status.

      5. A change in residence.

      6. A change in resources.

      7. A change in source or amount of income.

    6. In the MAA, MAF, REF, SAC, SFPSS, and TANF programs, clients assigned to CRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of a non-excluded vehicle.

      2. A change in earned income more than $100.

      3. A change in employment status.

      4. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      5. A change in mailing address or residence.

      6. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      7. A change in source of income.

      8. A change in unearned income more than $50.

      9. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      10. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    7. In the MAA, REF, SFPSS, and TANF programs, a client assigned to MRS must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence, except for changes in income, which must be reported in accordance with the rules related to MRS (see OAR 461-170-0010, 461-170-0100, 461-170-0110).

      1. Acquisition or change in ownership of non-excluded vehicles.

      2. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group.

      5. A change in who pays the shelter costs if the costs will be paid by a non-custodial parent.

      6. Sale or receipt of a resource that causes total resources to exceed program resource limits.

    8. In the OHP program, a client must report any of the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

      1. A change in availability of employer-sponsored health insurance.

      2. A change in health care coverage.

      3. A change in mailing address or residence.

      4. A change in name.

      5. A change in pregnancy status of any member of the filing group (see OAR 461-110-0400).

    9. In the REFM program, clients must report the following changes within 10 days of occurrence.

      1. A change in membership of the household group (see OAR 461-110-0210).

      2. A change in residence.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 411.060, 411.816, 412.049, 414.042
Stats. Implemented: ORS 411.060, 411.105, 411.816, 412.014, 412.049, 414.042