Farmworker definition

Farmworker means Farmworker as defined in Section 420.503, F.S.
Farmworker means a laborer who is employed on a seasonal, temporary, or permanent basis in the planting, cultivating, harvesting, or processing of agricultural or aquacultural products and who derived at least 50% of her or his income in the immediately preceding 12 months from such employment. “Farmworker” also includes a person who is retired as a laborer due to age, disability, or illness. In order to be considered retired as a farmworker due to age under this rule chapter, a person must be 50 years of age or older and must have been employed for a minimum of 5 years as a farmworker before retirement. In order to be considered retired as a farmworker due to disability or illness, a person must (i) establish medically that she or he is unable to be employed as a farmworker due to that disability or illness and (ii) establish that she or he was previously employed as a farmworker.
Farmworker means Farmworker as defined in section 420.503, F.S.

Examples of Farmworker in a sentence

  • The Tax Credit for low-income rental housing provided by the Revenue and Taxation Code Sections 12205, 12206, 17057.5, 17058, 23610.4 and 23610.5, including the State Farmworker Credit, formerly the Farmworker Housing Assistance Program provided by the Revenue and Taxation Code Sections 12206,17058, and 23610.5 and by the Health and Safety Code Sections 50199.2 and 50199.7.

  • If available State Farmworker Credits are inadequate to fully fund a pending request for eligible Farmworker Housing, CTCAC may reserve a forward commitment of subsequent year’s State Farmworker Credits for that project alone.

  • If, after a four-month rent-up period commencing after issuance of the last certificate of occupancy on the units, an Applicant is unable to meet the agreed-upon demographic commitment for Elderly, Homeless, Persons with Special Needs, Farmworker or Commercial Fishing Worker, the Applicant may request to rent such units to Very Low-Income persons or households without demographic restriction.

  • WIOA title I programs: Adult, Dislocated Worker, and Youth formula programs; Job Corps; YouthBuild; Native American programs; National Farmworker Jobs Program (NFJP); B.

  • If requesting federal credits for use with tax exempt bond financing, or State Farmworker Credits only, applicants may apply over the counter and shall meet the threshold requirements for projects requesting 4% federal credits.


More Definitions of Farmworker

Farmworker means a person who is employed on a farm in terms of a contract of employment which provides that-
Farmworker means any laborer who is employed on a seasonal, temporary or permanent basis in the planting, cultivating, harvesting or processing of agricultural or aquacultural products in rural areas as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau and who has derived at least 50% of his income in the immediately preceding 12 calendar months from such employment. “Farmworker” also includes a person who has retired as a laborer due to age, disability or illness. In order to be considered retired from farmwork due to age, a person must be 50 years of age or older and must have been employed for a
Farmworker means a laborer who is employed on a seasonal, temporary, or permanent basis in the planting, cultivating, harvesting, or processing of agricultural or aquacultural products and who derived at least 50 percent of her or his income in the immediately preceding 12 months from such employment.
Farmworker means Farmworker as defined in 420.503, F.S.
Farmworker means an Agricultural Employee, as defined above.
Farmworker means any person who, for an agreed remuneration or rate of pay, performs temporary or permanent labor for another in the: - }
Farmworker means any laborer who is employed on a seasonal, temporary, or permanent basis in the planting, cultivating, harvesting, or processing of agricultural or aquacultural products and who derives at least 50% of his income in the immediately preceding 12 calendar months from such employment. To qualify as a "Farmworker" under this Rule Chapter, the incomes of all adult persons, excluding Students, cannot exceed 80% of the median annual gross income established by HUD for households within the State, the MSA or, if not within the MSA, within the county in which the person or household resides, whichever is greater. The term "Farmworker" includes a household of one or more persons wherein at least one member of the household is a Farmworker, or a person who has retired as a laborer due to age, disability or illness. In order to be considered retired as a Farmworker due to age under this