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(a) Each regular monthly bonus will be accompanied by a validation form. To receive a bonus for the month specified on the validation form, a recipient shall
(1) comply with the information requirements specified on the form and with the signature requirements of 2 AAC 40.160 and return the validation form to the administrator no later than the date specified on the form;
(2) comply with an alternative certification process approved by the administrator;
(3) comply with the reinstatement provisions of 2 AAC 40.130; or
(4) be approved by the administrator for remote status in accordance with (b) of this section.
(b) A recipient who lives in an area that is without regular mail service may apply to the administrator for a waiver of the monthly validation requirement. If the administrator determines the recipient is entitled to the waiver, the recipient shall return a completed validation form not later than 90 days after the date of issue of the warrant which it accompanies.
(c) The administrator will not make a regular bonus payment to a recipient who fails to comply with (a) of this section. Instead of payment, the administrator will notify a recipient who fails to comply with (a) of this section and request information to certify the recipient's qualification for a bonus. If a recipient fails to certify his or her qualification for a bonus within 60 days after the date of the regularly scheduled mailing of a bonus, the recipient is not entitled to a bonus for the period specified in the notification. Payment of pertinent bonuses will, in the administrator's discretion, be delayed until the next regularly scheduled mailing.
(d) The administrator will notify a recipient upon the second and third consecutive failure to validate qualification for a monthly bonus. The third notice will indicate that it is the final notice the recipient will receive before termination under 2 AAC 40.140(b) (1).
(e) Making false statements on a validation form or using a second party to forward a validation form outside Alaska is cause for permanent disqualification under 2 AAC 40.110.
History: Eff. 9/13/81, Register 79; am 12/1/90, Register 117
Authority: AS 47.45.020
AS 47.45.100 (1)
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