Until the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program expires in July, Washington citizens had an additional three days to get their payouts.
The date of the reload depends on the recipient’s Social Security number, surname, case number, or account number. Reloads of SNAP benefits often occur on the same day every month. States have different time frames.
Food stamp payouts are made in Washington from July 1 and July 20. Many other states stick to the same payment term.
Citizens of Washington have to be U.S. citizens or legally admitted foreign nationals who have lived there for at least 5 years and meet specific income standards.
SNAP benefits can be received by a home with one member up to $281, a family of 3 up to $740, and a family of 5 up to $1,116.