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An applicant (individual or
family) is potentially qualified if he or she meets all of the following criteria:
Is a family, as defined in HUD Regulations
Has an annual income at the time of admission that either does not exceed the income limits for occupancy established by HUD, and if
applicable, does not exceed the income limits established by the Internal Revenue
Service (IRS) for public housing units which are also Low Income Housing Tax Credit
(LIHTC) units or for public housing homeownership
developments, is within the approved income range.
Income Limits are posted
separately in JCHA management offices;
Provides a Social Security
number for all family members, age 6 and older, or can document and certify
that they do not have Social Security numbers;
Heads a household in which all members of the household who receive assistance are
either citizens or eligible immigrants; and
Head(s) of household and each family member, who is at least 18 years of age and
legally competent, shall sign one or more consent forms, or other materials necessary
to complete or verify the family’s eligibility for housing assistance.
Meeting the above eligibility
requirements does NOT in itself entitle an applicant to public housing eligibility
the JCHA. All applicants must meet the Applicant Selection criteria,
which are used to determine if an applicant will make a suitable tenant.