2018 Alaska Statutes
Title 47. Welfare, Social Services, and Institutions
Chapter 45. Older Alaskans and Long-term Care Facility Residents
Article 1. Alaska Longevity Bonus.
Sec. 47.45.030. Absence from the state.

Universal Citation: AK Stat § 47.45.030 (2018)

(a) After qualification, a recipient shall notify the commissioner of health and social services when the recipient expects to be absent from the state if the absence is for a continuous period that exceeds 60 days. After that notification, the recipient may no longer receive bonuses from the Department of Health and Social Services after the last regularly approved monthly application. Upon returning to the state, the recipient may again make application for a bonus. Failure to notify the commissioner of an expected absence may be grounds for disqualification.

(b) [Repealed, § 4 ch 78 SLA 2002.]

(c) A recipient who has been absent from the state for a continuous period that exceeds three years is permanently disqualified from receiving bonuses.

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