The article describes how to resolve more than C/H for one CP.
If a CP has received TANF benefits on more than one C/H number:
Because URASI was designed to capture benefits expended for a custodial person (CP) using 1 C/H number, all benefits must be manually combined. The worker will determine which C/H number was used most recently (newer). Expended benefits must be manually moved from the older C/H number to the newest number (URAADJB). They will also need to delete the cross-reference ties from the old C/H cases and cross-reference all FGNs to the new C/H case.
For instructions on how to combine Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) case numbers, please review the CSQuest article How to Combine C_H Cases.