Intercountry placement definition

Intercountry placement means the arrangement for the care of a child in an adoptive home or foster care placement into or out of the Commonwealth by a licensed child-placing agency, court, or other entity authorized to make such placements in accordance with the laws of the foreign country under which it operates.
Intercountry placement means the arrangement for the care of a child in an adoptive home or foster
Intercountry placement means the arrangement for the care of a child in an adoptive home or foster 3411 care placement into or out of the Commonwealth by a licensed child-placing agency, court, or other 341234133414 entity authorized to make such placements in accordance with the laws of the foreign country under which it operates."Interstate placement" means the arrangement for the care of a child in an adoptive home, foster care 3415 placement or in the home of the child's parent or with a relative or nonagency guardian, into or out of 3416 the Commonwealth, by a child-placing agency or court when the full legal right of the child's parent or 341734183419 nonagency guardian to plan for the child has been voluntarily terminated or limited or severed by the action of any court."Kinship care" means the full-time care, nurturing, and protection of children by relatives. 3420 "Kinship guardian" means the adult relative of a child in a kinship guardianship established in 3421 accordance with § 63.2-1305 who has been awarded custody of the child by the court after acting as the 3422 child's foster parent. 3423 "Kinship guardianship" means a relationship established in accordance with § 63.2-1305 between a 3424 child and an adult relative of the child who has formerly acted as the child's foster parent that is 3425 intended to be permanent and self-sustaining as evidenced by the transfer by the court to the adult 342634273428 relative of the child of the authority necessary to ensure the protection, education, care and control, and custody of the child and the authority for decision making for the child."Kinship Guardianship Assistance program" means a program consistent with 42 U.S.C. § 673 that 3429 provides, subject to a kinship guardianship assistance agreement developed in accordance with 343034313432 § 63.2-1305, payments to eligible individuals who have received custody of a relative child of whom they had been the foster parents."Local board" means the local board of social services representing one or more counties or cities. 3433 "Local department" means the local department of social services of any county or city in this 3434 Commonwealth. 3435 "Local director" means the director or his designated representative of the local department of the 3436 city or county. 3437 "Merit system plan" means those regulations adopted by the Board in the development and operation 343834393440 of a system of personnel administration meeting requirements of the federal Office of Personnel M...

Examples of Intercountry placement in a sentence

  • The Inter-country placement committee is panel of professionals composed of a medical doctor (pediatrician), social worker, lawyer, non-governmental organization representative and a psychologist who initially assesses the selection of families by the social worker and has the opportunity to query the social worker on the characteristics and personality of the child.


More Definitions of Intercountry placement

Intercountry placement means the arrangement for the care of a child in an adoptive
Intercountry placement means the arrangement for the care of a child in an adoptive home or foster care placement into or out of the Commonwealth by a licensed child-placing agency, court, or other entity authorized to make such
Intercountry placement means the arrangement for the care of a child in an adoptive home or foster care placement into or out of the Commonwealth by a licensed
Intercountry placement means the arrangement for the care of a child in an adoptive home or foster 1051 care placement into or out of the Commonwealth by a licensed child-placing agency, court, or other 105210531054 entity authorized to make such placements in accordance with the laws of the foreign country under which it operates."Interstate placement" includes the arrangement for the care of a child in an adoptive home, foster 1055 care placement or in the home of the child's parent or with a relative or nonagency guardian, into or out 1056 of the Commonwealth, by a child-placing agency or court when the full legal right of the child's parent 105710581059 or nonagency guardian to plan for the child has been voluntarily terminated or limited or severed by the action of any court."Permanent foster care placement" means the place of residence in which a child resides and in 1060 which he has been placed pursuant to the provisions of §§ 63.1-56 and 63.1-206.1 with the expectation 1061 and agreement between the placing agency and the place of permanent foster care that the child shall 1062 remain in the placement until he reaches the age of majority unless modified by court order or unless 1063 removed pursuant to § 16.1-251 or § 63.1-248.9. A permanent foster care placement may be a place of 1064 residence of any natural person or persons deemed appropriate to meet a child's needs on a long-term 1065 basis. 1066 "Person" means any natural person, or any association, partnership or corporation. 1067 "Registered family day home" means any family day home which has met the standards for 1068 voluntary registration for such homes pursuant to regulations promulgated by the State Board of Social 1069 Services and which has obtained a certificate of registration from the Commissioner. 1070 § 63.1-204. Acceptance and control over children. 1071 A. A licensed child-welfare agency shall have the right to accept, for any purpose not contrary to the 1072 limitations contained in its license, such children as may be entrusted or committed to it by the parents, 1073 guardians, relatives or other persons having legal custody thereof, or committed by any court of 1074 competent jurisdiction. The agency shall, within the terms of its license and the agreement or order by 1075 which such child is entrusted or committed to its care, have custody and control of every child so 1076 entrusted or committed and accepted, until he is lawfully discharged, has been adopted, or has attained 1077 his majority...
Intercountry placement means the arrangement for the care of a child in an adoptive home or foster 2883 care placement into or out of the Commonwealth by a licensed child-placing agency, court, or other 2884 entity authorized to make such placements in accordance with the laws of the foreign country under 2885 which it operates. 2886 "Interstate placement" means the arrangement for the care of a child in an adoptive home, foster care 2887 placement or in the home of the child's parent or with a relative or nonagency guardian, into or out of 2888 the Commonwealth, by a child-placing agency or court when the full legal right of the child's parent or

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