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Title 20Chapter VPart 617


TITLE 20—Employees' Benefits

CHAPTER V—EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

PART 617—TRADE ADJUSTMENT ASSISTANCE FOR WORKERS UNDER THE TRADE ACT OF 1974

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§617.1
Scope.
§617.2
Purpose.
§617.3
Definitions.
§617.4
Benefit information to workers.
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Subpart B—TRADE READJUSTMENT ALLOWANCES (TRA)

§617.10
Applications for TRA.
§617.11
Qualifying requirements for TRA.
§617.12
Evidence of qualification.
§617.13
Weekly amounts of TRA.
§617.14
Maximum amount of TRA.
§617.15
Duration of TRA.
§617.16
Applicable State law.
§617.17
Availability and active search for work.
§617.18
Disqualifications.
§617.19
Requirement for participation in training.
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Subpart C—REEMPLOYMENT SERVICES

§617.20
Responsibilities for the delivery of reemployment services.
§617.21
Reemployment services and allowances.
§617.22
Approval of training.
§617.23
Selection of training methods and programs.
§617.24
Preferred training.
§617.25
Limitations on training under Subpart C of this part.
§617.26
Liable and agent State responsibilities.
§617.27
Subsistence payments.
§617.28
Transportation payments.
§617.29
Application of EB work test.
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Subpart D—JOB SEARCH ALLOWANCES

§617.30
General.
§617.31
Applications.
§617.32
Eligibility.
§617.33
Findings required.
§617.34
Amount.
§617.35
Time and method of payment.
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Subpart E—RELOCATION ALLOWANCES

§617.40
General.
§617.41
Applications.
§617.42
Eligibility.
§617.43
Time of relocation.
§617.44
Findings required.
§617.45
Amount.
§617.46
Travel allowance.
§617.47
Moving allowance.
§617.48
Time and method of payment.
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Subpart F—JOB SEARCH PROGRAM

§617.49
Job Search Program.
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Subpart G—ADMINISTRATION BY APPLICABLE STATE AGENCIES

§617.50
Determinations of entitlement; notices to individuals.
§617.51
Appeals and hearings.
§617.52
Uniform interpretation and application.
§617.53
Subpoenas.
§617.54
State agency rulemaking.
§617.55
Overpayments; penalties for fraud.
§617.56
Inviolate rights to TAA.
§617.57
Recordkeeping; disclosure of information.
§617.58
Unemployment insurance.
§617.59
Agreements with State agencies.
§617.60
Administration requirements. [Reserved]
§617.61
Information, reports, and studies.
§617.64
Termination of TAA program benefits.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 617—Standard for Claim Filing, Claimant Reporting, Job Finding, and Employment Services
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 617—Standard for Claim Determinations—Separation Information
Appendix
Appendix C to Part 617—Standard for Fraud and Overpayment Detection

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