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(a) An application must be submitted to the Department of Administration on a form prescribed by the administrator. The administrator will reject, without a determination of eligibility, an application made before the applicant
(1) is sixty-five years of age; or
(2) meets the residency requirements of 2 AAC 40.040.
(b) Except as provided in 2 AAC 40.160, an applicant shall personally sign the certification statement printed on an application.
(c) An applicant shall provide proof of age as provided in 2 AAC 40.030.
(d) Two persons who have personal knowledge of the applicant's continuous Alaska residency during the eligibility period must attest to the applicant's eligibility by signing the certification statement printed on the application.
(e) Upon receipt of an application, the administrator may contact any person, agency, or organization to obtain information regarding an applicant's eligibility.
(f) The burden is on the applicant to provide the administrator with documentation and other information necessary to support an application.
(g) The administrator will permanently disqualify an applicant who makes false statements supporting eligibility for benefits under this chapter.
(h) At intervals no greater than 40 days, the administrator will notify an applicant if an application and supplemental information are deficient for any reason. The administrator will deny eligibility if an applicant fails to provide requested information within 30 days after the administrator's third request or 180 days after receipt of the initial application, whichever is later.
(i) The administrator will determine eligibility and notify an applicant of that determination no later than 15 days after receipt of information sufficient to make a determination of eligibility.
History: Eff. 9/13/81, Register 79; am 12/1/90, Register 117
Authority: AS 47.45.010
AS 47.45.100 (1)
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