Tenant-based Section 8 assistance, which the tenant may take with him or her to different properties and even different states. The monthly rent subsidy paid to the landlord on behalf of the tenant is based on a formula: the difference between the resident's actual rent (up to a maximum, usually the FMR) and the family's affordable rent (30% of income). If the resident's income decreases, he or she may seek a reduction in their portion of the rent and an increase in the amount paid from the Section 8 subsidy. If their income increases, their share of the rent will increase after their income is recertified, which occurs annually. Effective October 1, 1999, all Section 8 certificates are being merged into the voucher program.
The top section of one of these sheets is the counterfoil and the bottom section is the voucher. Sheets are issued in sets. A yellow set for leaving or re-entering Canada, a white set for entering or exiting a foreign country, and a blue (transit) set for passing through or stopping over in one country in order to enter another.
Various countries or regions have film classification boards for reviewing movies and rating their content in terms of its suitability for particular audiences. For many countries, movies are required to be advertised as having a particular "certificate"