7 AAC 100.270 - Title IV-E adoption, foster care, and relative guardianship assistance recipients

(a) Medicaid eligibility under 7 AAC 100.002(a) (8) and this section is limited to a child
(1) for whom a subsidized adoption assistance agreement under 42 U.S.C. 670 - 675 is in effect, regardless of whether an adoption assistance payment is being made or a judicial decree of adoption has been issued;
(2) who is receiving, or on whose behalf a foster parent is receiving, foster care maintenance payments under 42 U.S.C. 670 - 675; or
(3) for whom a subsidized relative guardianship assistance agreement under 42 U.S.C. 673(d) is in effect and subsidized relative guardianship assistance is being paid.
(b) To be eligible for Medicaid coverage under 7 AAC 100.002(a) (8) and this section, a child must
(1) be eligible for Title IV-E assistance under (a) of this section;
(2) meet Social Security number requirements of 7 AAC 100.030;
(3) meet the assignment of rights requirements of 7 AAC 100.034; and
(4) meet the citizenship or alien status requirements of 7 AAC 100.050.
(c) The state of residence for a child eligible under this section is the state where the child physically lives, even if the adoption assistance agreement or foster care maintenance payment originates from another state.
(d) The department will review eligibility at least once every 12 months for a child covered under (a) of this section. Eligibility for Medicaid continues as long as the child meets the requirements of (b) of this section.


7 AAC 100.270
Eff. 7/20/2007, Register 183; am 4/1/2009, Register 189; am 4/13/2011, Register 198

Authority:AS 47.05.010

AS 47.07.020

AS 47.07.040

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