42 CFR 102.63 - Documentation a representative filing on behalf of an eligible requester who is a minor or a legally incompetent adult must submit.

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§ 102.63 Documentation a representative filing on behalf of an eligible requester who is a minor or a legally incompetent adult must submit.
Before benefits will be paid under by the Program to an eligible requester who is a minor or legally incompetent adult, his or her representative must submit, in addition to the documentation submitted under subpart F and under §§ 102.60-102.62, the following:
(a) Documentation showing that the requester is:
(1) A minor (e.g., birth certificate); or
(2) A legally incompetent adult (e.g., court decree of incompetency); and
(b) Documentation showing that:
(1) In the case of a minor, the requester is the legal guardian of the minor (e.g., birth certificates for parents who are legal guardians or, for other legal guardians, a decree by a court of competent jurisdiction establishing the legal guardianship of a person other than the minor's parents under applicable State law). If a minor has more than one legal guardian, this information is required only of one legal guardian; or
(2) In the case of a legally incompetent adult, a decree by a court of competent jurisdiction establishing a guardianship or conservatorship of the requester's estate under applicable State law.

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