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WAC 388-823-0050

Do I have to be considered a Washington state resident to be eligible for DDA?

(1) You must be considered a Washington state resident to be eligible for DDA. If DDA does not consider you a Washington state resident, you are not eligible for DDA and DDA will deny or terminate your eligibility.
(2) You are considered a Washington state resident if you:
(a) Meet residency requirements under WAC 182-503-0520 or 182-503-0525; or
(b) Are a dependent of a military service member and legal resident under RCW 74.04.815.
(3) If DDA learns that you are not a Washington state resident, DDA must terminate your eligibility.
(4) You must inform your DDA case resource manager when your address changes.
(5) If DDA receives returned mail from you with no forwarding address, DDA will try to verify you are a Washington state resident by trying to contact you or anyone identified by you to receive notices.
(6) If DDA cannot contact you or verify you are a Washington state resident, DDA must terminate your eligibility.
(7) If your eligibility was terminated because DDA could not contact you, DDA will restore your eligibility if you:
(a) Verify your continuous Washington state residency;
(b) Request your eligibility be restored; and
(c) Were determined eligible on or after June 1, 2005.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 71A.12.030 and 74.04.815. WSR 18-17-028, § 388-823-0050, filed 8/6/18, effective 9/6/18. Statutory Authority: RCW 71A.12.030, 71A.12.120 and 74.08.090. WSR 14-12-046, § 388-823-0050, filed 5/29/14, effective 7/1/14. Statutory Authority: RCW 71A.10.020, 71A.12.030, 71A.12.050, 71A.12.070, 71A.16.020, 71A.16.030, 71A.16.040, 71A.16.050, and chapters 71A.10, 71A.12, and 71A.16 RCW. WSR 05-12-130, § 388-823-0050, filed 6/1/05, effective 7/2/05.]
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