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To qualify for Supplemental Food and Nutritional Program benefits, a person must meet certain resource, income, citizenship and employment requirements. Some states have requirements that differ from the general eligibil... More »

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In order to qualify for food stamps, a person must meet a variety of criteria, including resource, income and employment requirements. Special rules apply for the elderly, disabled and immigrants. More »

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To reapply for food stamps, log into the local state agency website to download the reapplication certification. You may also contact the case worker for the documentation if you are already receiving food stamps. After ... More »

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