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8.3A.10  TITLE IV-E, Foster Care Maintenance Payments Program, Eligibility, Redeterminations

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Question 2.  
How does a title IV-E agency determine when it must re-establish a child┐s eligibility for foster care? What is required after a break in a foster care placement in those cases where there is no new court ordered removal from the home and no break in title IV-E agency responsibility for placement and care? Examples of situations are as follows: (a) A child in foster care goes to the State training school and then back to foster care; (b) A child in foster care goes to live with a relative (not parent) under title IV-E agency supervision, and then back to foster care; (c) A child in foster care goes home under title IV-E agency supervision without a change in court order and then returns to foster care.



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