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Quality Corner : Verifying child support deductions; Work registration forms and 17 year olds

Date: 
06/25/2001
Author: 
DTA

Child support deductions must be verified when a case reopens. Also, unlike shelter, utility, and medical deductions, child support deductions can only be counted if the child support is actually paid, not just based on the obligation. New work program registration forms must be signed whenever there is a relevant change in the household. 17 year-olds not in school must register for work and do job search or show good cause for not doing it, but do not have an ABAWD activity requirement.

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