Mandatory Denial of Admission / Termination of Assistance
The Housing Authority must permanently deny assistance to applicants and terminate assistance of participants for the following:
- Persons convicted of manufacturing or producing methamphetamine on the premises of federally-assisted housing.
- If the Housing Authority determines that any household member is currently engaging in illegal use of a drug.
- If the Housing Authority determines that any member of the household is subject to a lifetime registration requirement under a sex offender registration program.
- When required under the regulations to establish citizenship or eligible immigration status.
- If the Housing Authority determines that it has reasonable cause to believe that a household member's illegal drug use or a pattern of illegal drug use may threaten the health, safety, or right to peaceful enjoyment of the premises by other residents.
- If any member of the family fails to sign and submit consent forms for obtaining information in accordance with 24 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 5, Subparts B and F.
The Housing Authority must terminate program assistance if a family is evicted from assisted housing under the program for one or more serious violations of the lease.