Iowa Admin. Code r. 441-75.7 - Furnishing of social security number
Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 20, April 6, 2022
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441—75.7(249A) Furnishing of social security number.
75.7(1) As a condition of eligibility, except as provided by subrule 75.7(2), all social security numbers issued to each individual (including children) for whom Medicaid is sought must be furnished to the department.
75.7(2) The requirement of subrule 75.7(1) does not apply to an individual who:
a. Is not eligible to receive a social security number;
b. Does not have a social security number and may only be issued a social security number for a valid nonwork reason in accordance with 20 CFR § 422.104; or
c. Refuses to obtain a social security number because of a well-established religious objection. For this purpose, a well-established religious objection means that the individual:
(1) Is a member of a recognized religious sect or division of the sect; and
(2) Adheres to the tenets or teachings of the sect or division of the sect and for that reason is conscientiously opposed to applying for or using a national identification number.
75.7(3) If a social security number has not been issued or is not known, the individual seeking Medicaid must cooperate with the department in applying for a social security number with the Social Security Administration or in requesting the Social Security Administration to furnish the number.
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