25 CFR 20.315 - Who is not covered by the employment policy?
The employment policy in § 20.314 does not apply to the persons shown in the following table.
|The employment policy in § 20.314 does not apply to . . .||if . . .||and . . .|
|(a) Anyone younger than 16|
|(b) A full-student under the age of 19||He/she is attending an elementary or secondary school or a vocational or technical school equivalent to a secondary school||He/she is making satisfactory progress.|
|(c) A person enrolled at least half-time in a program of study under Section 5404 ofPub. L. 100-297||He/she is making satisfactory progress||He/she was an active General Assistance recipient for a minimum of 3 months before determination/redetermination of eligibility.|
|(d) A person suffering from a temporary medical injury or illness||It is documented in the case plan that the illness or injury is serious enough to temporarily prevent employment||He/she must be referred to SSI if the disability status exceeds 3 months.|
|(e) An incapacitated person who has not yet received Supplemental Security Income (SSI) assistance||A physician, psychologist, or social services worker certifies that a physical or mental impairment (either by itself, or in conjunction with age) prevents the individual from being employed||The assessment is documented in the case plan.|
|(f) A caretaker who is responsible for a person in the home who has a physical or mental impairment||A physician or certified psychologist verifies the condition||The case plan documents that: the condition requires the caretaker to be home on a virtually continuous basis; and there is no other appropriate household member available to provide this care.|
|(g) A parent or other individual who does not have access to child care||He/she personally provides full-time care to a child under the age of 6|
|(h) A person for whom employment is not accessible||There is a minimum commuting time of one hour each way|
Title 25 published on 2014-04-01
no entries appear in the Federal Register after this date.