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Title 45Subtitle BChapter IVPart 402 → Subpart D


Title 45: Public Welfare
PART 402—STATE LEGALIZATION IMPACT ASSISTANCE GRANTS


Subpart D—State Allocations


Contents
§402.30   Basis of awards.
§402.31   Determination of allocations.
§402.32   Determination of state allotments.
§402.33   Allotment of excess funds.
§402.34   Allocation of unexpended funds.

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§402.30   Basis of awards.

The Secretary will award funds in a fiscal year under §402.31 or §402.33 to States with approved applications for that fiscal year in accordance with the apportionment of funds from the Office of Management and Budget. The Secretary will award funds under §402.34 to States whose annual reports submitted pursuant to §402.51 establish that their allowable SLIAG-related costs exceed the total of their allotments, as determined under §§402.31 and 402.33. The grant award constitutes the authority to draw and expend funds for the purposes set forth in the Act and this regulation.

[53 FR 7858, Mar. 10, 1988, as amended at 59 FR 65727, Dec. 21, 1994]

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§402.31   Determination of allocations.

(a) Allocation formula. Allocations will be computed according to a formula using the following factors and weights:

(1) 50 percent based on the State's eligible legalized alien population, with 49 percent based upon the number of eligible legalized aliens in a State relative to the number of such aliens in all States, and 1 percent to States which have higher-than-average ratios of eligible legalized aliens to total population relative to the average for all States, based on the proportional number of such aliens; and

(2) 50 percent based on the ratio of SLIAG-related costs in a State to the total of all such costs in all States.

(b) Calculation of allocations. (1) Each time the Department calculates State allocations, it will use the best data then available to the Secretary on the distribution of eligible legalized aliens by State.

(2) For all years except fiscal years 1993 and 1994, the Department will determine each State's SLIAG-related costs to be included in the computation of its allocation for a fiscal year by adding to the sum of SLIAG-related costs reported for all previous fiscal years by that State, pursuant to §402.51(e) (1) and (2), the total amount of estimated SLIAG-related costs included in the State's approved application for that fiscal year, pursuant to §402.41(c) (1) and (2). For fiscal years 1993 and 1994, the Department will add to the amount of estimated SLIAG-related costs included in the State's approved applications for fiscal years 1993 and 1994, respectively, the sum of SLIAG-related costs for all previous years ending with FY 1991 (for FY 1993 applications) or FY 1992 (for FY 1994 applications), and the first and second quarters of FY 1992 (for FY 1993 applications) or FY 1993 (for FY 1994 applications), pursuant to §402.52(e)(4). In the event that a State has not submitted an approved report for a fiscal year, the Department will include no costs for that fiscal year in its calculation.

[53 FR 7858, Mar. 10, 1988, as amended at 56 FR 21248, May 7, 1991; 57 FR 19386, May 6, 1992; 58 FR 31913, June 7, 1993; 59 FR 65727, Dec. 21, 1994]

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§402.32   Determination of state allotments.

Except as noted below, a State's allotment is the difference between the amount determined under §402.31(b) of this regulation and the cumulative amount previously allotted to the State. In the event that the amount determined under §402.31(b) is less than the cumulative amount previously allotted to a State, that State's allotment will be zero. The allotments of the remaining States would be calculated by multiplying the difference between the amount determined under §402.31(b) of this regulation and the cumulative amount previously allotted to the State by the ratio of the amount of funds available for grants to States to the sum of the differences between the amounts determined under §402.31(b) and the amounts previously awarded to those States.

[56 FR 21248, May 7, 1991]

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§402.33   Allotment of excess funds.

If a State fails to qualify for an allotment in a particular fiscal year because it did not submit an approvable application by the deadline established in §402.43 of this part, or is not allotted its designated allocation amount because it indicated in its application that it does not intend to use, in the fiscal year for which the application is made or in any succeeding fiscal year before FY 1995, the full amount of its allocation, funds which would otherwise have been allotted to the State in that fiscal year shall be allotted among the remaining States submitting timely approved applications in proportion to the amount that otherwise would have been allotted to such State in that fiscal year.

[56 FR 19808, Apr. 30, 1991]

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§402.34   Allocation of unexpended funds.

(a) Any unexpended funds, as defined in this part, from allotments awarded to States under §§402.31 and 402.33 of this part, will be allocated to States with unreimbursed SLIAG-related costs, as defined in this part.

(b) To determine the allocations, the ratio of each State's unreimbursed SLIAG-related costs to the total of all such costs in all States will be calculated. The ratio for each State with unreimbursed SLIAG-related costs will be multiplied by total unexpended funds to determine the allocation for each State. The amount allotted to a State will be the amount of the State's allocation under this section or the amount of the State's unreimbursed SLIAG-related costs, whichever is less.

[59 FR 65727, Dec. 21, 1994]

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