Okla. Admin. Code § 340:50-5-87 - [Effective9/14/2022]Work registration procedures

When changes occur in a person's work registration status after certification, the worker must determine if the person failed or refused to comply with work registration requirements without good cause per Oklahoma Administrative Code (OAC) 340:50-5-85 or meets exemption criteria per OAC 340:50-5-86.

(1) Loss of exemption status. Persons who lose their work registration exemption due to a change in circumstances that is not subject to the reporting requirements per OAC 340:50-9-5 must register for employment at the next certification renewal. When a household member is exempt from work registration because he or she is subject to, and complying with unemployment compensation or TANF work requirements and stops complying without good cause, the household member is considered a disqualified household member unless he or she meets another exemption criteria.
(2) Failure to comply. A registered household member who refuses or fails to comply with work registration requirements without good cause per OAC 340:50-5-85 is considered a disqualified household member per Section 273.7(f) of Title 7 of the Code of Federal Regulations and OAC 340:50-5-10.1.
(3) Disqualification period. When a household member is disqualified because he or she refused or failed to comply with work registration requirements, the disqualification period is:
(A) one month for the first violation;
(B) three months for the second disqualification; or
(C) six months for the third or subsequent violation.
(4) Shortening the disqualification period. The disqualification period may be shortened when the household member becomes exempt from work registration per 7 C.F.R. § 273.7(g) and OAC 340:50-5-86.


Okla. Admin. Code § 340:50-5-87
Amended at 9 Ok Reg 3843, eff 8-24-92 (emergency); Amended at 10 Ok Reg 1821, eff 5-13-93; Amended at 18 Ok Reg 2079, eff 7-1-01; Amended at 22 Ok Reg 805, eff 5-12-05; Amended at 25 Ok Reg 937, eff 6-1-08
Amended by Oklahoma Register, Volume 35, Issue 24, September 4, 2018, eff. 9/17/2018

State regulations are updated quarterly; we currently have two versions available. Below is a comparison between our most recent version and the prior quarterly release. More comparison features will be added as we have more versions to compare.

No prior version found.