DATE: DECEMBER 19, 2006
Manual: Aged, Blind, and Disabled Medicaid
Change No: 01-06
To: County Directors of Social Services
Effective: January 1, 2006
The North Carolina General Assembly in Senate Bill 622, Appropriations Act, under Section 10.21(a) amended the General Statutes to require verification of state residency at application for individuals in private living arrangements. This amendment ensures that individuals do not come to North Carolina with the intent of maintaining a temporary residence for the purpose of obtaining medical assistance. In the same bill, the General Assembly stated that individuals who do not have the required documentation must make a declaration. This declaration is subject to criminal prosecution. These individuals may provide statements from specific individuals who have knowledge of their situation.
This policy is effective January 1, 2006. Apply this policy to applications taken on or after January 1, 2006, and to persons moving into North Carolina on or after January 1, 2006. This policy does not apply to redeterminations.
Remove: MA-2220, State Residence, pages 1-15.
Remove: MA-2301, Conducting a Face to Face Intake Interview, pages 11-12.
Insert: MA-2301, Conducting a Face to Face Intake Interview, pages 11-12.
Remove: MA-2303, Verification Requirements for Applications, pages 1-2.
Insert: MA-2303, Verification Requirements for Applications, pages 1-2.
Remove: MA-2504, Citizen/Alien Requirements, pages 15-16.
Insert: MA-2504, Citizen/Alien Requirements, pages 15-16.
If you have any questions regarding this information, please contact your Medicaid Program Representative.
L. Allen Dobson, Jr., M.D., Assistant Secretary
For Health Policy and Medical Assistance
(This material was researched and written by Andy Wilson and Charlotte Gibbons, Policy Consultants, Medicaid Eligibility Unit.)
For questions or clarification on any of the policy contained in these manuals, please contact your local county office.