Depending on your situation, SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), also known as food stamps, must be recertified every six or twelve months in the US state of New York.

Your eligibility for SNAP benefits is verified through the recertification process. Here are the procedures for renewing your eligibility for food stamps in New York State.

How do I renew my Food Stamps?
The New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA) will send you a letter informing you that you need to recertify.

Amass all the paperwork required to finish the recertification process. You will have to show documentation of your income, expenses, and any household changes since your previous certification.

Make sure to renew your SNAP benefits on time by completing the recertification process again when your benefits are due to expire. Failure to recertify on time may result in the termination of your benefits.

In summary, recertifying for food stamps in New York State involves receiving a notice, gathering necessary documents, completing the recertification form, submitting the form, attending an interview if required, receiving a decision, and renewing your benefits on time.