indigency

indigency

(ˈɪndɪdʒənsɪ)
n
a variant form of indigence
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BI spokesperson Tonette Mangrobang said they were processing the indigency claims of the Vietnamese before deportation orders would be issued against them.
Parker noted in 1996, the Legislature created indigency examiners as part of court administration with the goal of weeding out those who didn't qualify for public defender services.
The requirements include valid identification papers of the parents of the student seeking assistance, a certificate of indigency and residence from the barangay (village) council where the youth and his family live, and an assessment from the school were the youth is enrolled.
He suggested several ways of improving revenues for clerks, including imposing a $295 fee for those who file counter petitions in lawsuits; a $10 fee for those seeking an indigency waiver in criminal and civil matters; a $25 charge for those using a traffic court hearing officer which could be used to fund that service; and an increased ability to suspend drivers' licenses for the failure to pay any court-related fee, cost, or fine, not just those stemming from traffic infractions.
The parents who wish to avail of the program will have to secure a "certificate of indigency" from the barangay, stating the child's age and verified by the local social welfare and development office, in order to avail of the free medical care.
The requirements for families seeking to avail of the assistance include an enrollment assessment form or certificate of registration, student school ID, a barangay certificate of residency or indigency and a referral letter, if applicable.
The defendant in open court was advised of the right to appeal from this sentence by filing notice of appeal within 30 days from this date with the clerk of this court and the defendant's right to the assistance of counsel in taking the appeal at the expense of the state on showing of indigency.
To pass the indigency test to qualify for free legal services of the valuable Public Attorney's Office (PAO), Mary Jane Veloso's illegal recruiters should have a net monthly income not exceeding P12,000 and must submit their latest income tax returns and certificates of indigency from the Department of Social Welfare and Development and from the barangay.
To apply, visit the Provincial Youth, Sports, Employment, Arts, Culture and Tourism Office and bring one's birth certificate, certificate of indigency, registration and class cards (for college) or Form 138 (for high school), and 2x2 ID picture.
3.853 30-0 Amends subdivision (c)(4) to conform to changes in the procedure to determine indigency. 3.984 33-0 Deletes rule as obsolete.