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Can a parent meet the in-care requirements while temporarily separated from a child?
You can still meet the in-care requirements (see §312) during a temporary separation if:
The child was in care when you were living together;
The child normally lives with you; and
None of the factors in §315 exists.
Last Revised: Feb. 4, 2008
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