20 CFR 645.212 - Who may be served under the general eligibility and noncustodial parent eligibility (primary eligibility) provision?
An individual may be served under this provision if:
(2) (S)he will become ineligible for assistance within 12 months due to either Federal or State-imposed time limits on the receipt of TANF assistance. This criterion includes individuals (as well as children of noncustodial parents) exempted from the time limits due to hardship under section 408(a)(7)(C) of the Act or due to a waiver because of domestic violence under section 402(a)(7) of the Act, who would become ineligible for assistance within 12 months without the exemption or waiver;
(b) (S)he is no longer receiving TANF assistance because (s)he has reached either the Federal five-year limit or a State-imposed time limit on receipt of TANF assistance (section 403(a)(5)(C) of the Act); or
(c) (S)he is a noncustodial parent of a minor child if:
(1) The noncustodial parent is:
(i) “Unemployed,” as defined in § 645.120 of this part,
(iii) “Having difficulty paying child support obligations,” as defined by the State in consultation with local boards and WtW competitive grantees and the State Child Support Enforcement (IV-D) Agency, and
(2) At least one of the following applies:
(d) For purposes of determining whether an individual is receiving TANF assistance in paragraphs (a)(1) of this section and § 645.213(a), TANF assistance means any TANF benefits and services for the financially needy according to the appropriate income and resource criteria (if applicable) specified in the State TANF plan.
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- 20 CFR 645.211 — How Must Welfare-To-Work Funds Be Spent by the Operating Entity?
- 20 CFR 645.215 — What Must a WtW Operating Entity That Serves Noncustodial Parent Participants Do?
- 20 CFR 645.214 — How Will Welfare-To-Work Participant Eligibility Be Determined?