What can I do to make sure funds stop in Missouri and transfer to Arkansas SNAP
Q) My adult son has moved from Missouri to Arkansas on November 15. I have called your office to request discontinuing his SNAP benefit, what else can I do to make sure the funds stop in Missouri and he can transfer to Arkansas SNAP, thank you
A) If your adult son has recently moved from Missouri to Arkansas and is receiving SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) benefits, it is important to inform the Missouri SNAP office as soon as possible so that they can stop his benefits and transfer his case to Arkansas.
To stop your son’s SNAP benefits in Missouri and transfer his case to Arkansas, you can do the following:
- Call the Missouri SNAP office and inform them of your son’s move to Arkansas. They will provide you with instructions on how to stop his benefits and transfer his case to Arkansas.
- Complete and submit a change report to the Missouri SNAP office. This change report should include information about your son’s move to Arkansas, as well as any other changes in his household or financial situation.
- If you are unable to complete a change report or have difficulty contacting the Missouri SNAP office, you may want to visit a local SNAP office in person to request that your son’s benefits be stopped and his case transferred to Arkansas.
It is important to inform the SNAP office as soon as possible about your son’s move to Arkansas so that his benefits can be stopped in Missouri and transferred to Arkansas. This will help ensure that he continues to receive SNAP benefits while he is living in Arkansas.
If you have any further questions or need assistance with the process, you may want to contact the Missouri SNAP office or a social services agency in your area for more information.