Making an Application for a Retailer SNAP License and EBT Machine - Buffalo Criminal Lawyers
Are you the proprietor of a soon-to-open grocery store? Are you interested in tapping into a new demographic and you want to open your doors to SNAP benefit recipients? Our lawyers can assist you! Specialist attorneys at our firm can help you file a successful SNAP application for retail food stores. The lawyers and staff at our firm boast years of experience with SNAP applications for businesses and have expertise in the way to proceed through the process and avoid the common errors that individuals sometimes make when applying on their own. Furthermore, our fast and responsive service is ready to respond to any questions or concerns the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) may have for you about the details on your application.
Your Application to Become a SNAP Retailer
The procedure through which a business owner can submit a Retailer SNAP Application is a web-based system. Your application must be supported by certain obligatory details about the proprietor’s personal history, the history of the business (including a financial history, where applicable), and details of the methods by which your grocery store is (or intends to be) managed in general. Frequently, the USDA will ask a proprietor to furnish supporting documents with the EBT application for business licensure. They will request that the applicant give them information and documentation to demonstrate that he or she is the actual individual who will be managing and operating the business. Several other categories of paperwork that the Department may request before finalizing your application and sending an EBT machine to your store include: your lottery and liquor licenses, your business licenses, your personal tax returns, your bank records and a personal affidavit.
Specialists SNAP attorneys at our firm will do everything possible to make certain that the Department gets every piece of information it requests and wants from you, while making sure that you avoid costly mistakes that could end up in a denial of your EBT application.
Years of Expertise in EBT Applications and the USDA
For years, our firm has interacted with the USDA nearly every day in a multitude of matters, including situations involving improper denial of EBT applications for retailers under 7 CFR §278.1. This expertise means we have an advantage when it comes to assembly your application and anticipating what additional information and documents the USDA will possibly later call for. This will raise the chances that your application moves through the system smoothly. If you are considering applying for an EBT machine, get in touch with us today to get more information.