A person is exempt from work registration if the person:
- is a child in the case;
- is age 60 or over;
- has a medical condition that prevents them from working;
- is needed in the home to care for another person in the home due to the person's medical condition;
- provides care for a child under age one who lives in the same home; or
- is employed full-time (i.e., 30 or more hours per week).
A refugee's inability to speak English does not exempt them from work registration requirements.
If neither parent or adult relative can claim an exemption, both persons are nonexempt.