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8.4B TITLE IV-E, General Title IV-E Requirements, Aliens/Immigrants

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Question Number 4:
06/11/2013 - Current
QuestionDoes the welfare reform legislation concerning benefits for immigrants/aliens have any impact on title IV-E eligibility for legal aliens, persons permanently residing under color of law (PRUCOL), etc.?
Answer*Yes. Alien children must be qualified aliens in order to be eligible for title IV-E payments and independent living services. Not all legal aliens or aliens with PRUCOL status necessarily meet the criteria for qualified alien status.
Source/Date*ACYF-CB-PIQ-99-01 (1/14/99) (revised 6/6/13)
Legal and Related References*Social Security Act- sections 472(a)(4), 473(a)(2)(B) and 473(d); The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (PL 104-193)

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07/24/2006 - 06/11/2013
QuestionDoes the welfare reform legislation concerning benefits for immigrants/aliens have any impact on title IV-E eligibility for legal aliens, persons permanently residing under color of law (PRUCOL), etc.?
AnswerYes. Alien children must be qualified aliens in order to be eligible for Federal foster care maintenance and adoption assistance payments and independent living services. Not all legal aliens or aliens with PRUCOL status necessarily meet the criteria for qualified alien status.
Source/DateACYF-CB-PIQ-99-01 (1/14/99)
Legal and Related References*Social Security Act- section 472(a)(4)and 473(a)(2)(B); The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (PL 104-193)

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05/06/2001 - 07/24/2006 (Original Record)
QuestionDoes the welfare reform legislation concerning benefits for immigrants/aliens have any impact on title IV-E eligibility for legal aliens, persons permanently residing under color of law (PRUCOL), etc.?
AnswerYes. Alien children must be qualified aliens in order to be eligible for Federal foster care maintenance and adoption assistance payments and independent living services. Not all legal aliens or aliens with PRUCOL status necessarily meet the criteria for qualified alien status.
Source/DateACYF-CB-PIQ-99-01 (1/14/99)
Legal and Related ReferencesThe Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (PL 104-193)

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