AFDC RESIDENCE PROVISIONS
§ 147.41. AFDC residence policy.
(a) A person will be considered to have met the residence requirements for AFDC if either of the following conditions exists:
(1) He is living in this Commonwealth voluntarily with the intention of making his home here and not for a temporary purpose; a child is a resident of the state in which he is living, other than on a temporary basis.
(2) He is living in this Commonwealth, entered this Commonwealth with a job commitment or seeking employment, and is not receiving assistance from another state. An individual who received assistance from another state prior to entering this Commonwealth will be considered a resident of this Commonwealth for AFDC purposes so long as he has taken the steps necessary to terminate his assistance in the other state. Under this definition, the child is a resident of the state in which the caretaker is a resident.
(b) A person residing in this Commonwealth for a temporary purpose, such as a visit, or school attendance, who plans to leave this Commonwealth upon completion of the purpose, will not be considered to have met the residence requirements.
The provisions of this § 147.41 adopted October 9, 1981, effective October 15, 1979, 11 Pa.B. 3516.
This section cited in 55 Pa. Code § 147.23 (relating to requirements); and 55 Pa. Code § 147.41a (relating to receipt of cash assistancestatement of policy).
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