§ 108.13. Review of waivers.
When the Department determines that a waiver of a TANF or GA program requirement based on domestic violence is appropriate, it will grant the waiver for as long as necessary, subject to review every 6 months as follows:
(1) An individual who verified domestic violence under § 108.10(b) (relating to verification) need not provide new or additional verification at the 6-month review if circumstances have not changed since the waiver was initially granted or since the last 6-month review.
(2) An individual who affirmed domestic violence under § 108.10(c) may provide verification under § 108.10(b) for the waiver to continue.
(3) An individual who affirmed domestic violence but remains unable to provide verification under § 108.10(b) may again affirm domestic violence on the verification form provided by the Department under § 108.10(c). The individual may receive a waiver for an additional 6 months.
(4) An individual who remains unable to provide verification under § 108.10(b) after 12 months may have the waiver continue by affirming domestic violence under § 108.10(c), subject to approval by the Department on a case-by-case basis. The individuals waiver and benefits will continue pending the Departments decision. If the waiver is approved, the individual may, if necessary, continue to affirm at each subsequent 6-month redetermination.
This section cited in 55 Pa. Code § 108.7 (relating to requirements subject to waiver).
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