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 I had snap benefits in Rockford. Do I need to re-apply from the beginning?

Q) I had snap benefits in Rockford which were ended in 2015. Do I need to re-apply from the beginning or is there something else to do? I recently moved to Freeport.

A) You will need to re-apply and qualify for SNAP benefits. If your household’s gross income is below these amounts, it does not ensure that you will be eligible for a benefit.




A SNAP budget must be calculated for your household in order to determine eligibility and benefit amount. The only way to determine if your household is eligible for SNAP benefits is to apply.

Income Guidelines for Households without Earned Income (no elderly or disabled member)
Family Size Monthly Gross Income* Annual Gross Income*
1 $1,307 $15,684
2 $1,760 $21,120
3 $2,213 $26,556
4 $2,665 $31,980
5 $3,118 $37,416
6 $3,571 $42,852
7 $4,024 $48,288
8 $4,477 $53,724
Each additional person $453 + $5,436 +

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Applying for Food Stamp or SNAP benefits

To apply for Food Stamp or SNAP benefits contact your local (SNAP) food stamp office office. Each State program has their own application form. If your State’s form is not on the web yet, you may need to contact your local food stamp office to request one.

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  1. Hell mine sucked. I have been waiting a month now to get my food stamps back on my card because I accidentally turned in stuff late because they had my address wrong and I didn’t get my mail so now me and my five kids are having to wait a month just to get them back because they’re understates final review and there is no way of contacting them and finding out why it’s taking them 3 weeks under just there review this sucks

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