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This blog post discusses whether or not a Section 8 recipient can live with their partner. The answer is yes, but there are some caveats to keep in mind. Section 8 recipients who have been receiving benefits for six months or more may be allowed to live with their partners, provided that the home meets certain standards and has enough bedrooms. What are the Section Eight standards? A home must meet certain basic requirements to qualify for a Section Eight housing voucher. The property’s age, size, and location all count when determining whether it qualifies. A federally funded program called Housing Choice Vouchers determines eligibility based on these factors as well as income limits and family composition. For example, there is no upper limit of how much money a household may earn per year in order to be eligible for assistance with rent but they must not exceed 80 percent of the median income level in their area or risk being disqualified from receiving benefits. In addition, single applicants can only receive subsidies if they live alone or at least one person over 18 years old lives with them; two-parent households

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