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(a) In determining ATAP eligibility, the department will disregard the resources of an individual who is
(1) actually receiving adult public assistance (APA) or supplemental security income (SSI) benefits;
(2) living in the home of an applicant for ATAP benefits; and
(3) considered legally responsible for either the dependent child or the caretaker relative under state law, including this chapter.
(b) If an individual whose resources would be disregarded under (a) of this section, is eligible to receive APA or SSI benefits but has not yet received a payment, the department will regard the resources of that individual as available to the assistance unit.
(c) If an applicant or recipient notifies the department that an individual whose resources have not been disregarded under (a) of this section is now receiving APA or SSI payments, the department will redetermine the assistance unit's resource eligibility, disregarding that individual's resources.
(d) If the department or the federal government considers a resource in determining that a member of an economic unit is eligible for APA or SSI benefits, the department will not consider that resource in determining the eligibility of the assistance unit for ATAP benefits. The department will, however, prorate all jointly held resources as described in 7 AAC 45.310(c) .
History: Eff. 8/5/92, Register 123; am 10/1/97, Register 143; am 1/7/2005, Register 173
Authority: AS 47.05.010
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