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Can a parent meet the in-care requirements during a separation from a child because of employment?
317. Can a parent meet the in-care requirements during a separation from a child because of employment?
When your employment is the reason for separation from a child under age 16 and the separation is indefinite or is not expected to end within six months, you may have the child in care if:
You exercise parental responsibility (See §313); and
You make regular and substantial contributions to the child's support (see §1724).
Last Revised: Feb. 4, 2008
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