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Title 45Subtitle BChapter IVPart 400


TITLE 45—Public Welfare

SUBTITLE B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO PUBLIC WELFARE

CHAPTER IV—OFFICE OF REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT, ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

PART 400—REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT PROGRAM

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Subpart A—INTRODUCTION

§400.1
Basis and purpose of the program.
§400.2
Definitions.
§400.3
[Reserved]
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Subpart B—GRANTS TO STATES FOR REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT

The State Plan

§400.4
Purpose of the plan.
§400.5
Content of the plan.
§400.6
[Reserved]
§400.7
Submittal of the State plan and plan amendments for Governor's review.
§400.8
Approval of State plans and plan amendments.
§400.9
Administrative review of decisions on approval of State plans and plan amendments.
§400.10
[Reserved]

Award of Grants to States

§400.11
Award of Grants to States.
§400.12
Adverse determinations concerning State grants.
§400.13
Cost allocation.
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Subpart C—GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

§§400.20-400.21
[Reserved]
§400.22
Responsibility of the State agency.
§400.23
Hearings.
§400.24
[Reserved]
§400.25
Residency requirements.
§400.26
[Reserved]
§400.27
Safeguarding and sharing of information.
§400.28
Maintenance of records and reports.
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Subpart D—IMMIGRATION STATUS AND IDENTIFICATION OF REFUGEES

§400.40
Scope.
§400.41
Definitions

Documentation of Refugee Status

§400.43
Requirements for documentation of refugee status.
§400.44
Restriction.
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Subpart E—REFUGEE CASH ASSISTANCE

§400.45
Requirements for the operation of an AFDC-type RCA program.
§400.48
Basis and scope.
§400.49
Recovery of overpayments and correction of underpayments.
§400.50
Opportunity to apply for cash assistance.
§400.51
Determination of eligibility under other programs.
§400.52
Emergency cash assistance to refugees.
§400.53
General eligibility requirements.
§400.54
Notice and hearings.
§400.55
Availability of agency policies.
§400.56
Structure.
§400.57
Planning and consultation process.
§400.58
Content and submission of public/private RCA plan.
§400.59
Eligibility for the public/private RCA program.
§400.60
Payment levels.
§400.61
Services to public/private RCA recipients.
§400.62
Treatment of eligible secondary migrants, asylees, and Cuban/Haitian entrants.
§400.63
Preparation of local resettlement agencies.
§400.65
Continuation of a publicly-administered RCA program.
§400.66
Eligibility and payment levels in a publicly-administered RCA program.
§400.67
Non-applicable TANF requirements.
§400.68
Notification to local resettlement agency.
§400.69
Alternative RCA programs.
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Subpart F—REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYABILITY SERVICES AND EMPLOYMENT

§400.70
Basis and scope.
§400.71
Definitions.
§400.72
Arrangements for employability services.

General Requirements

§400.75
Registration for employment services, participation in employability service programs and targeted assistance programs, going to job interviews, and acceptance of appropriate offers of employment.
§400.76
Criteria for exemption from registration for employment services, participation in employability service programs, and acceptance of appropriate offers of employment.
§400.77
Effect of quitting employment or failing or refusing to participate in required services.
§400.79
Development of an employability plan.

Criteria for Appropriate Employability Services and Employment

§400.81
Criteria for appropriate employability services and employment.

Failure or Refusal To Accept Employability Services or Employment

§400.82
Failure or refusal to accept employability services or employment.
§400.83
Mediation and fair hearings.
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Subpart G—REFUGEE MEDICAL ASSISTANCE

§400.90
Basis and scope.
§400.91
Definitions.

Applications, Determinations of Eligibility, and Furnishing Assistance

§400.93
Opportunity to apply for medical assistance.
§400.94
Determination of eligibility for Medicaid.

Conditions of Eligibility for Refugee Medical Assistance

§400.100
General eligibility requirements.
§400.101
Financial eligibility standards.
§400.102
Consideration of income and resources.
§400.103
Coverage of refugees who spend down to State financial eligibility standards.
§400.104
Continued coverage of recipients who receive increased earnings from employment.

Scope of Medical Services

§400.105
Mandatory services.
§400.106
Additional services.
§400.107
Medical screening.
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Subpart H—CHILD WELFARE SERVICES

§400.110
Basis and scope.
§400.111
Definitions.
§400.112
Child welfare services for refugee children.
§400.113
Duration of eligibility.
§400.114
[Reserved]
§400.115
Establishing legal responsibility.
§400.116
Service for unaccompanied minors.
§400.117
Provision of care and services.
§400.118
Case planning.
§400.119
Interstate movement.
§400.120
Reporting requirements.
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Subpart I—REFUGEE SOCIAL SERVICES

§400.140
Basis and scope.
§400.141
Definitions.

Applications, Determinations of Eligibility, and Provision of Services

§400.145
Opportunity to apply for services.

Funding and Service Priorities

§400.146
Use of funds.
§400.147
Priority in provision of services.

Purchase of Services

§400.148
Purchase of services.

Conditions of Eligibility for Refugee Social Services

§400.150
General eligibility requirements.
§400.152
Limitations on eligibility for services.

Scope of Refugee Social Services

§400.154
Employability services.
§400.155
Other services.
§400.156
Service requirements.
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Subpart J—FEDERAL FUNDING

§400.200
Scope.

Federal Funding for Expenditures for Determining Eligibility and Providing Assistance and Services

§400.202
Extent of Federal funding.
§400.203
Federal funding for cash assistance.
§400.204
Federal funding for medical assistance.
§400.205
Federal funding for assistance and services for unaccompanied minors.
§400.206
Federal funding for social services and targeted assistance services.
§400.207
Federal funding for administrative costs.
§400.208
Claims involving family units which include both refugees and nonrefugees.
§400.209
Claims involving family units which include refugees who have been in the United States more than 36 months.
§400.210
Time limits for obligating and expending funds and for filing State claims.
§400.211
Methodology to be used to determine time-eligibility of refugees.
§400.212
Restrictions in the use of funds.
§400.220
Counting time-eligibility of refugees.
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Subpart K—WAIVERS AND WITHDRAWALS

§400.300
Waivers.
§400.301
Withdrawal from the refugee program.
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Subpart L—TARGETED ASSISTANCE

§400.310
Basis and scope.
§400.311
Definitions.
§400.312
Opportunity to apply for services.

Funding and Service Priorities

§400.313
Use of funds.
§400.314
Priority in provision of services.
§400.315
General eligibility requirements.
§400.316
Scope of targeted assistance services.
§400.317
Service requirements.
§400.318
Eligible grantees.
§400.319
Allocation of funds.


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