N.J. Admin. Code § 10:69-10.8 - Eligible AFDC child or parent regularly attending school or in vocational training at a Residential Job Corps Center

Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022

(a) When an eligible child is a student regularly attending school, college or university, or regularly attending a course of vocational training designed to fit him or her for gainful employment, this child shall be included as a member of the eligible unit whether or not he or she is living in the home during the period in which he or she is pursuing his or her studies. (See 10:69-10.9 for definitions of school attendance.)
(b) Any grant, scholarship, student loan or other financial aid received by such child shall be fully disregarded in determining eligibility so long as the child continues to attend school as stated in (a) above and meets the conditions under which such moneys are granted.
1. Funds received through college work-study programs shall be disregarded.
(c) When a child receives vocational training at a Residential Job Corps Center which permits him or her to return home for weekends, the child shall be considered temporarily absent and regarded as an eligible member of the family unit. (A child receiving training at a National Job Corps Centers is to be considered permanently absent and shall not be considered a member of the eligible family for AFDC-related Medicaid program eligibility.)

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N.J. Admin. Code § 10:69-10.8

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