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Findings And Orders Regarding Prima Facie Showing On Nonminors Request JV-470 - California

Findings And Orders Regarding Prima Facie Showing On Nonminors Request Form. This is a California form and can be used in Juvenile Judicial Council .
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JV-470 ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY (Name, State Bar number, and address): FOR COURT USE ONLY TELEPHONE NO.: E-MAIL ADDRESS: ATTORNEY FOR (Name): FAX NO. (Optional): SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF STREET ADDRESS: MAILING ADDRESS: CITY AND ZIP CODE: BRANCH NAME: NONMINOR'S NAME: FINDINGS AND ORDERS REGARDING PRIMA FACIE SHOWING ON NONMINOR'S REQUEST TO REENTER FOSTER CARE Findings and Orders: Prima Facie Showing Made 1. The court has read and considered a. b. c. CASE NUMBER: Request to Return to Juvenile Court Jurisdiction and Foster Care (form JV-466) filed by (name): on (date): other (specify): other (specify): The court finds that a prima facie showing has been made that a. b. c. d. the nonminor was previously under juvenile court jurisdiction subject to an order for foster care placement when he or she attained 18 years of age. the nonminor is under 21 years of age. the nonminor wants assistance to maintain or secure an appropriate, supervised placement or is in need of immediate placement and agrees to a supervised placement under a voluntary reentry agreement. the nonminor intends to satisfy at least one of the conditions described in Welfare and Institutions Code section 11403(b) as follows (check all that apply): Attending high school or a high school equivalency certificate (GED) program (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Attending a college, community college, or vocational education program Attending a program or participating in an activity that will promote or help remove a barrier to employment Employed for at least 80 hours per month Unable to attend high school, a GED program, college, community college, a vocational education program, or an employment program or activity, or to work 80 hours per month due to a medical condition 2. 3 The court orders the following: a. b. c. The nonminor's request to return to foster care is set for hearing on (specify date within 15 days of the date form JV-466 was filed): An attorney is appointed to represent the nonminor solely for the hearing on the request. Other orders: Findings and Orders: Prima Facie Showing Not Made 4. The court has read and considered a. Request to Return to Juvenile Court Jurisdiction and Foster Care (form JV-466) filed by (name): on (date): Page 1 of 2 Welfare and Institutions Code, ยง 388(e); Cal. Rules of Court, rule 5.906 www.courts.ca.gov American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Form Approved for Optional Use Judicial Council of California JV-470 [New January 1, 2014] FINDINGS AND ORDERS REGARDING PRIMA FACIE SHOWING ON NONMINOR'S REQUEST TO REENTER FOSTER CARE JV-470 NONMINOR'S NAME: CASE NUMBER: 4. b. c. other (specify): other (specify): The court finds that a prima facie showing has not been made. The nonminor's request to return to foster care is denied because (check all that apply) a. b. c. d. the nonminor was not previously under juvenile court jurisdiction subject to an order for foster care placement when he or she attained 18 years of age the nonminor is over 21 years of age the nonminor does not want assistance to maintain or secure an appropriate, supervised placement or does not agree to a supervised placement under a voluntary reentry agreement the nonminor does not intend to satisfy at least one of the conditions described in Welfare and Institutions Code section 11403(b), and stated below: (1) Attending high school or a high school equivalency certificate (GED) program (2) Attending a college, community college, or vocational education program (3) Attending a program or participating in an activity that will promote or help remove a barrier to employment (4) Being employed for at least 80 hours per month (5) Unable to attend high school, a GED program, college, community college, a vocational education program, or an employment program or activity or to work 80 hours per month due to a medical condition e. Other (specify reason for denial): 5. 6. 7. The nonminor may file a new request when the issues are resolved. The court clerk must serve on the nonminor the following documents: a. A copy of the written order b. Blank copies of Request to Return to Juvenile Court Jurisdiction and Foster Care (form JV-466) and Confidential Information--Request to Return to Juvenile Court Jurisdiction and Foster Care (form JV-468) c. A copy of How to Ask to Return to Juvenile Court Jurisdiction and Foster Care (form JV-464-INFO) d. The names and contact information of attorneys approved by the court to represent children in juvenile court proceedings who have agreed to provide a consultation to nonminors whose requests are denied due to the failure to make a prima facie showing Date: JUDICIAL OFFICER JV-470 [New January 1, 2014] FINDINGS AND ORDERS REGARDING PRIMA FACIE SHOWING ON NONMINOR'S REQUEST TO REENTER FOSTER CARE Page 2 of 2
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