• All information concerning each eligibility factor.
• An informed opinion as to whether the child is eligible and
Ask what information participants think a recruiter must provide the supervisor when requesting a second opinion.
Allow for a brief share out of participants’ thoughts, then click to present the following bullets on the slide and discuss.
Once all bullets have been discussed, click to the next slide for the activity.
According to the National ID&R Manual, the recruiter should present
All the relevant facts and dates.
The pieces of the story actually pertaining to the move. Does the supervisor need to know about the family getting a new dog or its recent visit from out-of-state relatives? Only if those pieces pertain to the potentially eligible migratory move.
All information concerning each eligibility factor.
Where can guidance be found? (Listen for the Child Eligibility Checklist.)
An informed opinion as to whether the child is eligible and why.
The supervisor will expect recruiters to have made some decisions regarding eligibility, and recruiters should be prepared to share their decisions and support them with clear evidence.