There are a few possible reasons why your Food Stamp benefits may have been cut off.
- Your income may have increased. As you mentioned, you now earn $600 more per month from your part-time job. This may have pushed your income above the income limit for Food Stamp eligibility.
- Your household size may have changed. If you have added or removed people from your household, this may have also affected your eligibility for Food Stamps.
- You may have failed to report a change in your income or household size. If you did not report these changes to the Food Stamp office, they may not have been aware that you were no longer eligible for benefits.
You can check your eligibility for Food Stamps by visiting the USDA Food and Nutrition Service website: https://www.fns.usda.gov/snap/eligibility. You can also contact your local Food Stamp office to inquire about your eligibility.
Here are some tips to help you maintain your Food Stamp benefits:
- Report any changes in your income or household size to the Food Stamp office as soon as possible. This will help them to ensure that you are receiving the correct amount of benefits.
- Keep your contact information up to date with the Food Stamp office. This way, they can contact you if there are any changes to your eligibility or if they need more information from you.
- Be aware of the income and household size limits for Food Stamp eligibility. These limits can change from time to time, so it is important to check them regularly.
I hope this helps!