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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 22. Social Services
Agency 40. Department of Social Services
Chapter 191. Background Checks for Child Welfare Agencies
5/27/2020

22VAC40-191-140. Modifying, Revoking, and Terminating Waivers.

A. The person and the sponsoring agency may request a modification of any of the terms, conditions, or stipulations of a waiver.

B. The commissioner may revoke a waiver if, after investigation, he determines that:

1. The waiver application contained false, deceptive, or misleading information;

2. The terms, conditions, or stipulations of a waiver have been violated; or

3. New or expanded information becomes known about the person that would change the previous determination made about the person's character, reputation, or suitability to work with or be in proximity to children.

C. If a waiver is revoked, the commissioner informs the person and the sponsoring agency, in writing by certified mail, of the reasons for the revocation.

D. A waiver automatically expires when:

1. The person terminates the approved arrangement with the sponsoring facility;

2. Five years have passed from the last date of a conviction for the felony or felonies for which the waiver was granted; or

3. The other adult living in a family day home was the reason for the waiver and the other adult no longer lives in the home.

Statutory Authority

§§ 63.2-217, 63.2-1704, 63.2-1720, 63.2-1721, 63.2-1722, 63.2-1723, 63.2-1724, and 63.2-1727 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Volume 20, Issue 11, eff. April 1, 2004; Errata, 20:12 VA.R. 1526 February 23, 2004.

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