In the United States, one of the great advantages of SNAP Food Stamps is that each State organizes its payments. This means that depending on the State in which we live we will get this benefit to buy food sooner or later.
While this can be an advantage in some cases, sometimes it can also be a disadvantage. It all depends on how you look at it and what state you live in. Regardless of that, if we have the benefit accepted we are always going to get it every month, either before or after.
The important thing about SNAP is to know the calendar in which each state sends the Food Stamps. Knowing these details, we will not have any problems in collecting the payment properly and getting it on our EBT card.
For citizens who have already gotten their September SNAP, there is no problem, but some are still waiting for a check. So the best thing to do is to take a good look at the payment schedule and check which is the last day our state sends this benefit.
WHICH STATE NO LONGER SENDS SNAP FOOD STAMPS IN SEPTEMBER?
Keeping in mind the list of SNAP Food Stamps payment days for September will help us to have a better organization in the household economy. If we know the last day our state sends the payment, we will be able to claim it in case we do not get it on time.
If you check the State list and the payment calendar you will see that most of these states have already finished their calendar. So only the states that still have time to send will be able to pay new checks from Food Stamps.
In the event that we did not get our check on time we must claim payment. There is a possibility that there are problems with our EBT card or with our own personal information. That is why we should claim SNAP as soon as possible.
Here is the complete list of states and here we can check which is the last day our state sent this benefit in September:
Alabama: September 4-23
Alaska: September 1
Arizona: September 1-13
Arkansas: September 4-13
California: September 1-10
Colorado: September 1-10
Connecticut: September 1-3
Delaware: September 2-23
District of Columbia: September 1 to 10
Florida: September 1 to 28
Georgia: September 5-23
Hawaii: September 3-5
Idaho: September 1-10
Illinois: September 1 – 10 and prior cases September 1 – 20