Form H1808 "Snap Work Rules" - Texas

What Is Form H1808?

This is a legal form that was released by the Texas Health and Human Services - a government authority operating within Texas. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

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  • Released on April 1, 2015;
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Form H1808
April 2015-E
SNAP Work Rules
Name
SNAP EDG number
Date
Work rules:
You must follow these work rules to get SNAP benefits.
Reply to all letters from jobs or work programs.
Work at the job or train in the program you are in.
Accept a job if you are offered one.
Don't quit a job or work program without a good reason. If you're not sure if you have a good reason, call the Texas Health
and Human Services Commission (HHSC) to check. Call toll-free 2-1-1 or 1-877-541-7905 (after you pick a language,
press 2).
If you don't follow the work rules:
The penalties are:
1st time: No SNAP benefits for 1 month or longer.
2nd time: No SNAP benefits for 3 months or longer.
3rd time: No SNAP benefits for 6 months or longer.
Penalties usually end when the work rules are followed again.
Your rights and responsibilities:
You don't have to take a job if: (1) it pays less than minimum wage, or (2) the work program staff finds a reason why that
job isn't right for you.
You can appeal a decision made about your case.
If you move, tell the job or work program and HHSC your new address.
Tell HHSC if the amount of money you get from a job or work program changes.
Tell HHSC if you get a new job or start a new work program.
Let HHSC know if you can't meet a work rule.
By signing this form, I agree to follow the SNAP work rules.
Sign here
Date
See next page for a list of items you need
to take with you when you go to a job interview.
Form H1808
April 2015-E
SNAP Work Rules
Name
SNAP EDG number
Date
Work rules:
You must follow these work rules to get SNAP benefits.
Reply to all letters from jobs or work programs.
Work at the job or train in the program you are in.
Accept a job if you are offered one.
Don't quit a job or work program without a good reason. If you're not sure if you have a good reason, call the Texas Health
and Human Services Commission (HHSC) to check. Call toll-free 2-1-1 or 1-877-541-7905 (after you pick a language,
press 2).
If you don't follow the work rules:
The penalties are:
1st time: No SNAP benefits for 1 month or longer.
2nd time: No SNAP benefits for 3 months or longer.
3rd time: No SNAP benefits for 6 months or longer.
Penalties usually end when the work rules are followed again.
Your rights and responsibilities:
You don't have to take a job if: (1) it pays less than minimum wage, or (2) the work program staff finds a reason why that
job isn't right for you.
You can appeal a decision made about your case.
If you move, tell the job or work program and HHSC your new address.
Tell HHSC if the amount of money you get from a job or work program changes.
Tell HHSC if you get a new job or start a new work program.
Let HHSC know if you can't meet a work rule.
By signing this form, I agree to follow the SNAP work rules.
Sign here
Date
See next page for a list of items you need
to take with you when you go to a job interview.
Form H1808
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Items needed for a job interview:
You must take proof of: (1) your identity, and (2) citizenship or immigration status.
Items that prove both identity and citizenship or immigration status:
No other proof is needed if you take an item from this list.
U.S. passport.
Foreign passport that: (1) is stamped “Processed for I-551,” or (2) has an attached I-94 showing the same name and
stamped “Employment Authorized.”
Forms N-560, N-561, N-550, or N-570 (certificate of U.S. citizenship or naturalization).
Form I-151 or Form I-551 with your photo on it.
Form I-688 (temporary resident card).
Form I-688-A (employment authorization card).
Form I-688-B (employment authorization document).
Items that prove only identity:
If you take one of these items, you also must take proof of citizenship or immigration status.
State ID card or driver's license with your photo on it.
The following items can be used without a photo if they have your
name, date of birth, sex, height, eye color, and address:
School ID.
Voter registration card.
U.S. Coast Guard or military ID card.
U.S. draft record.
ID card from a government agency.
Canadian driver's license.
Native American tribal document proving U.S. citizenship.
Items that prove only citizenship or immigration status:
If you take one of these items, you also must take proof of identity.
Social Security card from the Social Security Administration (SSA), unless the card is stamped "Not valid for
employment purposes.”
A receipt from the SSA for an application for a Social Security number. This is accepted only for a limited time after
the receipt.
Original or certified copy of a birth certificate proving U.S. citizenship (including Forms FS-545 or DS-1350, State
Department birth certificates).
The following items must be originals, not copies:
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) employment authorization.
Form I-327 (re-entry permit).
Form I-571 (refugee travel document).
Form I-197 (U.S. citizen ID card).
Form I-179 (resident citizen ID card).
Native American tribal document if not already used for proof of identity.
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