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225 ILCS 10/2.22a

    (225 ILCS 10/2.22a)
    Sec. 2.22a. Quality of care concerns applicant. "Quality of care concerns applicant" means an applicant for a foster care license or renewal of a foster care license where the applicant or any person living in the applicant's household:
        (1) has had a license issued under this Act revoked;
        (2) has surrendered a license issued under this Act
for cause;
        (3) has had a license issued under this Act expire or
has surrendered a license, while either an abuse or neglect investigation or licensing investigation was pending or an involuntary placement hold was placed on the home;
        (4) has been the subject of allegations of abuse or
        (5) has an indicated report of abuse or neglect;
        (6) has been the subject of certain types of
involuntary placement holds or has been involved in certain types of substantiated licensing complaints, as specified and defined by Department rule; or
        (7) has requested a youth in care's removal from the
home, either orally or in writing, on 5 or more occasions.
(Source: P.A. 102-763, eff. 1-1-23.)