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Title 42Chapter IVSubchapter BPart 406 → Subpart D


Title 42: Public Health
PART 406—HOSPITAL INSURANCE ELIGIBILITY AND ENTITLEMENT


Subpart D—Special Circumstances That Affect Entitlement to Hospital Insurance


Contents
§406.50   Nonpayment of benefits on behalf of certain aliens.
§406.52   Conviction of certain offenses.

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§406.50   Nonpayment of benefits on behalf of certain aliens.

(a) Hospital insurance benefit payments may not be made for services furnished to an alien in any month in which his or her monthly social security benefits are suspended (or would be suspended if he or she were entitled to those benefits) because the alien remains outside the United States for more than 6 months.

(b) Benefits will be payable beginning with services furnished in the first full calendar month the alien is back in the United States.

[48 FR 12536, Mar. 25, 1983. Redesignated at 51 FR 41338, Nov. 14, 1986. Further redesignated at 57 FR 58717, Dec. 11, 1992]

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§406.52   Conviction of certain offenses.

(a) Penalty that affects entitlement. (1) If an individual is convicted of any of the crimes listed in §406.11(c) (1) and (2), the court may impose, in addition to all other penalties, a penalty that affects entitlement to hospital insurance, beginning with the month of conviction.

(2) The additional penalty is that the individual's income (or the income of the insured individual on whose earnings record he or she became or seeks to become entitled) for the year of conviction and any previous year may not be counted in determining the insured status necessary for entitlement to hospital insurance.

(b) Effect of pardon. If the President of the United States pardons the convicted individual, that individual regains (or may again seek) entitlement effective with the month following the month in which the pardon is granted.

[48 FR 12536, Mar. 25, 1983. Redesignated at 51 FR 41338, Nov. 14, 1986. Further redesignated at 57 FR 58717, Dec. 11, 1992]

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