Member of Household

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Member of Household

Any person who may be claimed as a dependent on one's tax return. A member of the household may qualify one for the dependent exemption. Members of a household include children, spouses, parents, nieces or nephews, and anyone not related who has lived at one's house for an entire year.
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The total average income per household member increased by 0.
If a household member receives TANF, you must bring their Medical Eligibility Card
Domestic violence" means any assault, aggravated assault, battery, aggravated battery, sexual assault, sexual battery, stalking, aggravated stalking, kidnapping, false imprisonment, or any criminal offense resulting in physical injury or death of one family or household member by another family or household member.
gondii in the PAMF-TSL over the 20 year study period, we identified 107 persons who had [greater than or equal to] 1 person from their household with a diagnosis of acute toxoplasmosis and [greater than or equal to] 1 additional household member serologically tested for T.
3 to each household member aged less than 14 years old.
Children were twice as susceptible to infection from a household member as adults aged 19 to 50 years, and those aged over 50 were less susceptible than younger adults.
The maximum household income requirement for the IDA is $36,600 for a household of one and $5,250 for each additional household member.
Table 2 shows that households where the reference person's religion is Muslim have a lower total weekly household income than households affiliated with other religions, and that their income per household member is very low which may, of course, be due to the disproportionate presence of young children.
30% of respondents or a household member who lived downtown prior to 9/11 continue to suffer from respiratory problems.
Because of these strict policies, PHAs and owners of Section 8 properties can evict tenants for criminal activity, regardless of whether a household member or guest has been arrested or convicted of a crime.
If preferences are not common to all household members at least one household member must have the ability to monitor the others and to sanction those who fall foul of its rules, an issue both of information flows as well as control.
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