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Title 2 . Administration
Chapter 40 . Public Information
Section 90. Absences after the eligibility period

2 AAC 40.090. Absences after the eligibility period

(a) An isolated absence from Alaska of 60 days or less is not sufficient cause for loss of a bonus payment.

(b) A recipient who is absent from Alaska for 61 - 75 continuous days forfeits two bonus payments. A recipient who is absent from Alaska for more than 75 continuous days forfeits an additional bonus payment for each additional 30-day period, or fraction thereof, that the recipient is continuously absent from Alaska, except that a recipient will not forfeit more than 36 bonus payments in total for a continuous absence from Alaska that does not exceed three years.

(c) Repealed 12/1/2002.

(d) Repealed 12/1/2002.

(e) For the purposes of this chapter, the day of departure and day of return are excluded from an absence.

(f) Under penalty of permanent disqualification, a recipient shall report absences from Alaska as requested by the administrator. Upon conclusion of a recipient's absence from Alaska, the administrator will determine the recipient's entitlement to bonuses.

(g) Preferred documentation to verify dates of travel includes tickets, boarding passes, travel club mileage statements, or evidence of border crossing. Failure to document dates of travel may result in forfeiture of bonuses for the period in dispute.

History: Eff. 9/13/81, Register 79; am 12/1/90, Register 117; am 12/1/2002, Register 164

Authority: AS 47.45.030

AS 47.45.040

AS 47.45.100


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