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TITLE 20—Employees' Benefits

CHAPTER II—RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD

SUBCHAPTER B—REGULATIONS UNDER THE RAILROAD RETIREMENT ACT

PART 222—FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§222.1
Introduction.
§222.2
Definitions.
§222.3
Other regulations related to this part.
§222.4
Homicide of employee.
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Subpart B—RELATIONSHIP AS WIFE, HUSBAND, OR WIDOW(ER)

§222.10
When determinations of relationship as wife, husband, widow or widower of employee are made.
§222.11
Determination of marriage relationship.
§222.12
Ceremonial marriage relationship.
§222.13
Common-law marriage relationship.
§222.14
Deemed marriage relationship.
§222.15
When spouse is living with employee.
§222.16
When spouse is living in the same household with employee.
§222.17
“Child in care” when child of the employee is living with the claimant.
§222.18
“Child in care” when child of the employee is not living with the claimant.
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Subpart C—RELATIONSHIP AS DIVORCED SPOUSE, SURVIVING DIVORCED SPOUSE, OR REMARRIED WIDOW(ER)

§222.20
When determination of relationship as divorced spouse, surviving divorced spouse, or remarried widow(er) is made.
§222.21
When marriage is terminated by final divorce.
§222.22
Relationship as divorced spouse.
§222.23
Relationship as surviving divorced spouse.
§222.24
Relationship as remarried widow(er).
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Subpart D—RELATIONSHIP AS CHILD

§222.30
When determinations of relationship as child are made.
§222.31
Relationship as child for annuity and lump-sum payment purposes.
§222.32
Relationship as a natural child.
§222.33
Relationship resulting from legal adoption.
§222.34
Relationship resulting from equitable adoption.
§222.35
Relationship as stepchild.
§222.36
Relationship as grandchild or stepgrandchild.
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Subpart E—RELATIONSHIP AS PARENT, GRANDCHILD, BROTHER OR SISTER

§222.40
When determinations of relationship are made for parent, grandchild, brother or sister.
§222.41
Determination of relationship and support for parent.
§222.42
When employee is contributing to support.
§222.43
How the one-half support determination is made.
§222.44
Other relationship determinations for lump-sum payments.
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Subpart F—CHILD SUPPORT AND DEPENDENCY

§222.50
When child dependency determinations are made.
§222.51
When a natural child is dependent.
§222.52
When a legally adopted child is dependent—general.
§222.53
When a legally adopted child is dependent—child adopted after entitlement.
§222.54
When a legally adopted child is dependent—grandchild or stepgrandchild adopted after entitlement.
§222.55
When a stepchild is dependent.
§222.56
When a grandchild or stepgrandchild is dependent.
§222.57
When an equitably adopted child is dependent.
§222.58
When a child is living with an employee.


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