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Revision Date: October 11, 2021
Effective date: September 1, 2020
All Dislocated Worker Program participants are required to meet general eligibility requirements, including authorization to work in the United States and Selective Service registration, when applicable.
These criteria must be documented as outlined below:
(Both are required)
|Eligible to Work in the United States2||One verification source from List A of I-9 Form
One verification source from List B of I-9 Form AND one verification source from List C of I-9 Form
(Documentation can be found on the I-9 form, or in the Resource Box.)
|Selective Service Registration3||
For individuals born male 18 years of age or older who did register:
For individuals born male over age 26 who did not register:
Individuals born male who are over the age of 18 at the time of application, but have not yet turned 26, and have not yet registered for Selective Service, must complete Selective Service registration before they can be determined eligible for the Adult Program.
See the Selective Service Guidance, which gives information about who is and is not required to register, and steps to take if someone was required to register but failed to do so.
This list is not intended to be exhaustive. Please visit the Selective Service website for more information about the registration requirements at www.sss.gov. Refer to the Selective Service System's Documentation List for a complete list of acceptable documentation.
Eligible to Work in the United States
Effective date: October 1, 2017
Individuals eligible to work in the U.S. include (WIOA Sec. 188(a)(5); 20 CR §683.285(5)):