Much of the documentation necessary to meet the multiple WIOA eligibility
requirements is readily available through various agencies and other sources. In
some cases, definitive documentation is required, e.g., eligibility to work and
Selective Service registration for males.
U.S. Department of Labor Training and Employment Notice 9-06 allows for self-attestation to document those items that in some cases are not verifiable or may
cause undue hardship for individuals to obtain. Self-attestation can be used only
after all practical attempts to secure other documentation have failed. Self-attestation
is allowable only as described in this desk reference. To use self-attestation as documentation, the self-attestation form must be completed as follows: If a job seeker states that he or she cannot provide evidence that no income was
received during the past six months, and that he or she was unemployed for that
period, complete the blank spaces following the words “I hereby certify, under
penalty of perjury, that the following information is true.”
“I have received no income from any source during the past six months, I have
been unemployed during that time, and have been supported by
donations/contributions from relatives and friends.”
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