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Attachment Additional Findings And Orders For Child Approaching Majority-Dependency {JV-460}

This is a California form that can be used for Juvenile within Judicial Council.

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JV-460 CHILD'S NAME: CASE NUMBER: ATTACHMENT: ADDITIONAL FINDINGS AND ORDERS FOR CHILD APPROACHING MAJORITY--DEPENDENCY Use this form to document the juvenile court's findings and orders regarding the child's plans for independent living and his or her status as a nonminor dependent as stated in rule 5.707 of the California Rules of Court at the last status review hearing held under Welfare and Institutions Code section 366.21 or 366.3 before the child attains 18 years of age. BASED ON THE REPORTS READ, CONSIDERED, AND ADMITTED INTO EVIDENCE AND ALL OTHER EVIDENCE RECEIVED, THE COURT FINDS AND ORDERS Findings 1. The child's Transitional Independent Living Case Plan includes a plan for the child to satisfy the following conditions of eligibility to remain under juvenile court jurisdiction as a nonminor dependent: a. b. c. d. e. 2. The child plans to attend high school or a high school equivalency certificate (GED) program. The child plans to attend a college, a community college, or a vocational education program. The child plans to take part in a program or activities to promote employment or overcome barriers to employment. The child plans to be employed at least 80 hours per month. The child may not be able to attend school, college, a vocational program, or a program or activities to promote employment or overcome barriers to employment or to work 80 hours per month due to a medical condition. The child's Transitional Independent Living Case Plan includes an alternative plan for the child's transition to independence, including housing, education, employment, and a support system in the event the child does not remain under juvenile court jurisdiction after attaining 18 years of age. does does not intend to continue to be considered an Indian child for the 3. For an Indian child, he or she purposes of the ongoing application of the Indian Child Welfare Act to him or her as a nonminor dependent. 4. The child has an in-progress application pending for title XVI Supplemental Security Income benefits and the continuation of juvenile court jurisdiction until a final decision has been issued to ensure that continued assistance with the application process a. b. 5. 6. a. b. is in the child's best interest. is not in the child's best interest because it is not necessary. The child has an in-progress application pending for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status or other application for legal residency for which an active juvenile court case is required. All the information, documents, and services included in Welfare and Institutions Code section 391(e) were provided to the child. Not all the information, documents, and services included in Welfare and Institutions Code section 391(e) were provided to the child. (1) (2) The barriers to providing any missing information, documents, or services can be overcome by the date the child attains 18 years of age. The barriers to providing any missing information, documents, or services may not be overcome by the date the child attains 18 years of age. 7. The child was informed that upon reaching 18 years of age he or she has the right to have juvenile court jurisdiction terminated following a hearing under rule 5.555 of the California Rules of Court. The potential benefits of remaining under juvenile court jurisdiction as a nonminor dependent were explained to the child, and the child has stated that he or she understands those benefits. The child was informed that if juvenile court jurisdiction is terminated, he or she may have the right to file a request to return to foster care and have the court resume jurisdiction over him or her as a nonminor dependent. 8. 9. Page 1 of 2 Form Approved for Optional Use Judicial Council of California JV-460 [Rev. January 1, 2014] ATTACHMENT: ADDITIONAL FINDINGS AND ORDERS FOR CHILD APPROACHING MAJORITY--DEPENDENCY Welfare and Institutions Code, §§ 366, 366.3; Cal. Rules of Court, rule 5.707 www.courts.ca.gov American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com JV-460 CHILD'S NAME: CASE NUMBER: Orders 10. The child intends to remain under juvenile court jurisdiction as a nonminor dependent as defined in Welfare and Institutions Code section 11400(v) after attaining 18 years of age, and a hearing is ordered set under rule 5.903 of the California Rules of Court to occur within the next six months. The child does not intend to remain under juvenile court jurisdiction after attaining 18 years of age as a dependent of the court or as a nonminor dependent as defined in Welfare and Institutions Code section 11400(v), and at the child's request, a hearing is ordered set under rule 5.555 of the California Rules of Court for a date within one month after the child's 18th birthday. The child does not intend to remain under juvenile court jurisdiction as a nonminor dependent as defined in Welfare and Institutions Code section 11400(v) after attaining 18 years of age, but the child is otherwise eligible to and will remain under juvenile court jurisdiction in a foster care placement, and a hearing is ordered set under Welfare and Institutions Code section 366.21, 366.22, 366.25 or 366.3 to occur within the next six months. 11. 12. JV-460 [Rev. January 1, 2014] ATTACHMENT: ADDITIONAL FINDINGS AND ORDERS FOR CHILD APPROACHING MAJORITY--DEPENDENCY Page 2 of 2

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