§ 668.300 Who is eligible to receive services under the INA program?
(a) A person is eligible to receive services under the INA program if that person is:
(1) An Indian, as determined by a policy of the Native American grantee. The grantee's definition must at least include anyone who is a member of a Federally-recognized tribe; or
(2) An Alaska Native, as defined in section 3(b) of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA), 43 U.S.C. 1602(b); or
(3) A Native Hawaiian, as defined in WIA section 166(b)(3).
(b) The person must also be any one of the following:
(1) Unemployed; or
(2) Underemployed, as defined in § 668.150; or
(3) A low-income individual, as defined in WIA section 101(25); or
(4) The recipient of a bona fide lay-off notice which has taken effect in the last six months or will take effect in the following six month period, who is unlikely to return to a previous industry or occupation, and who is in need of retraining for either employment with another employer or for job retention with the current employer; or
(5) An individual who is employed, but is determined by the grantee to be in need of employment and training services to obtain or retain employment that allows for self-sufficiency.
(c) If applicable, male applicants must also register or be registered for the Selective Service.
(d) For purposes of determining whether a person is a low-income individual under paragraph (b)(3) of this section, we will issue guidance for the determination of family income. (WIA sec. 189(h).)