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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 22. Social Services
Agency 40. Department of Social Services
Chapter 411. General Relief Program

22VAC40-411-200. Income of sponsor deemed to a sponsored alien.

The gross amount (with certain deductions) of earned and unearned income of the sponsor and the sponsor's spouse if living together shall be considered available as unearned income available to the alien or aliens being sponsored. Items that will be deducted from the sponsor's income are:

1. 20% of net earned income not exceeding $175;

2. The standard of assistance (at 100% of need) for the sponsor and those individuals living in the household who the sponsor claims as dependents on his federal income tax statement excluding any members of the assistance unit;

3. Any amounts paid by the sponsor or the sponsor's spouse to individuals not living in the household who are claimed by him as dependents on his federal income tax statement; and

4. Any payments of alimony or child support for individuals not living in the household.

Statutory Authority

§ 63.2-217 and 63.2-802 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 25, Issue 23, eff. September 1, 2009.

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