SELF-CERTIFICATION AND VERIFICATION
§ 3041.61. General verification requirements.
(a) The parent or caretaker shall be the primary source of verification in establishing and maintaining eligibility for subsidized child care.
(b) The eligibility agency shall inform each parent and caretaker that the eligibility agency is available to assist in obtaining verification that the parent or caretaker is unable to obtain.
(c) The eligibility agency shall assist parents and caretakers who request assistance in obtaining verification.
(d) The eligibility agency may not impose requirements for verification beyond the requirements of this chapter.
(e) At the time of application for subsidized child care, the eligibility agency shall obtain consent from the parent or caretaker and the parents or caretakers spouse permitting the eligibility agency to obtain verification of eligibility information.
(f) The eligibility agency shall retain the signed consent in the familys file.
(g) The consent shall remain in effect for as long as the family receives subsidy.
(h) The eligibility agency may not deny or terminate subsidy to a family when the parent or caretaker has cooperated in the verification process and needed verification is pending or cannot be obtained due to circumstances beyond the parents or caretakers control.
(i) The eligibility agency may not require a parent or caretaker to reverify information unless the eligibility agency has information that indicates the subsidy status of the family has changed.
No part of the information on this site may be reproduced for profit or sold for profit.
This material has been drawn directly from the official Pennsylvania Code full text database. Due to the limitations of HTML or differences in display capabilities of different browsers, this version may differ slightly from the official printed version.