Answer: The liaison should follow the same process as any McKinney-Vento scenario where there is a concern about eligibility. The virtual school liaison could provide the parent with written notice that they are making a determination of ineligibility unless the parent will meet with the local liaison. If the parent still refuses to meet, then they could provide written notice of ineligibility and information about how to appeal through the dispute process. The student must be allowed to continue in the virtual school until the dispute reaches its final resolution.
Also, I understand the virtual school McKinney-Vento Liaison can contact the Liaison in the district of residence should the student need local assistance (e.g., clothes, food, transportation to the library, etc.). That is a great practice.