2017 Arizona Revised Statutes
Title 46 - Welfare
§ 46-209 Residence in state after assistance granted; basis for discontinuance of payments to recipients of assistance

Universal Citation: AZ Rev Stat § 46-209 (2017)

46-209. Residence in state after assistance granted; basis for discontinuance of payments to recipients of assistance

A. Any recipient of assistance granted under this title, except temporary assistance for needy families, desiring to reside outside the state for a period of not to exceed thirty days shall execute a form provided by the state department. Any recipient receiving temporary assistance for needy families under this title and desiring to reside outside the state for a period of not to exceed thirty days shall execute a form provided by the state department. The form shall require the recipient to express the recipient's intent as to establishing legal residence outside the state, or the recipient's intent to return to the state within thirty days. If it is the intent of the recipient to establish legal residence outside the state, the recipient may continue to receive assistance from this state while residing in another state for a period of not to exceed thirty days or until the recipient meets the residence eligibility requirements for assistance in that state, whichever is less.

B. A recipient of any assistance granted under this title, except temporary assistance for needy families, shall not be continued on assistance after the recipient has been absent from the state for thirty consecutive days. Any recipient of temporary assistance for needy families granted under this title shall not be continued on assistance after the recipient has been absent from this state for thirty consecutive days.

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