A guardian or applicant aide may file with a nonprofit corporation, organized for the purposes of this article, a sworn voucher application signed by the guardian asserting:
(a) That the guardian meets the requirements for the federal earned income credit for child health insurance for the current or next calendar year;
(b) The good-faith estimate value of the health insurance earned income credit for the year in question;
(c) That the guardian will use the voucher to purchase health insurance covering dependent children;
(d) That the guardian will prepare a federal tax return for the year in question; and
(e) That the guardian agrees to assign the value of any federal tax refund, in the amount of the voucher issued by the corporation to the corporation when filing the guardian's federal tax return.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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