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Income and Employment Supports Regulations

Published Date: August 01, 2011
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Income Support, Training and Health Benefits Regulation

Part 1 Income Support and Benefits and Training Benefits

Division 2 Barriers to Full Employment Households & Expected to Work or Working Households, Non-financial Eligibility, Section 10 Residency status

  1. A member of a barriers to full employment household unit or an expected to work or working household unit is not eligible to receive income support and benefits unless the member meets the requirements of subsection (2).

  2. The member must be

    1. a Canadian citizen,

    2. a permanent resident,

    3. a temporary resident permit holder who has been approved for entry into Canada by the Government of Alberta,

    4. a refugee or refugee claimant, or

    5. a victim of human trafficking as determined by the Department of Citizenship and Immigration (Canada).

  3. The terms used in this section have the same meaning as under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada).