I had a redetermination for my IN snap and I’ve called twice to see why I haven’t got my snap on my EBT. And both times they said that my application is still under review I think. How long will it take for them to review that and determine if I can get my EBT? Do you guys know?

A) I understand your concern about the delay in receiving your SNAP benefits after your redetermination in Indiana. Unfortunately, I don’t have access to specific information about your case or the internal processing timelines of the Indiana SNAP program. However, I can provide some general information and resources that may be helpful:

Processing Timeframes:

  • In Indiana, redeterminations for SNAP benefits typically take 30 days to process. However, this timeframe can vary depending on the complexity of your case and any missing information that needs to be verified.
  • If you submitted all the required information on time and your case is straightforward, it’s likely that the review will be completed within the standard 30-day timeframe.
  • If your case requires additional verification or clarification, the processing time may be longer.

Steps You Can Take:

  • Contact your caseworker: You’ve already tried this twice, but it’s worth following up again, especially if it’s been more than 30 days since your redetermination. Explain that you’re concerned about the delay and haven’t received any updates since your last call. Ask for a specific timeframe for when you can expect a decision.
  • Review the Redetermination Notice: The notice you received about your redetermination should include information about the process, your rights, and how to contact your caseworker. Review this document carefully to see if there are any specific instructions or deadlines you need to be aware of.
  • Check the Indiana SNAP website: The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) website has information about SNAP benefits, redeterminations, and contact information for local offices. You can find more information here: [invalid URL removed]
  • Consider Legal Aid: If you haven’t received a decision after a reasonable amount of time, or if you believe your application has been unfairly denied, you can contact a legal aid organization for assistance. They can provide legal advice and representation to help you appeal your case if necessary.

Additional Resources:

I hope this information is helpful. Please remember that I am not a legal professional and cannot provide specific legal advice. If you have questions about your rights or how to proceed, it’s best to consult with an attorney or legal aid organization.

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