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When are benefits paid to a child who is not attending school?
Child's insurance benefits may be paid to a child as a full-time student for a period of four calendar months or less in which the child does not attend school if:
The child was in full-time attendance immediately before the four-month period;
The child has established an intent to continue full-time or actually does attend full-time after the end of the four-month period; and
The period of nonattendance is not due to the child's expulsion or suspension from school.
Last Revised: March, 2001
- When do benefits end for a child who is attending elementary or secondary school?
- When is a surviving child entitled to child's insurance benefits?
- Benefits for children
- When do child's insurance benefits end?
- Who is entitled to child's insurance benefits?
- Separation Due to Child's School Attendance
- What does "full-time" mean?
- When A Child Must Be Dependent Upon Insured Parent
- Can a child be re-entitled to benefits?
- Termination of Child's Insurance Benefits
- How do you prove that a child is in your care?
- School Attendance
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