Family responsibilities

For the purposes of unemployment allowance, family responsibilities means take charge of a spouse or a son or daughter by nature or adoption who is a minor 26 years or older persons with disabilities or children received, or if there are economically dependent on you and do not have monthly incomes above 75 % the minimum wage (SMI), excluding the proportionate share of two extraordinary pay, provided that the amount of income for all members of their family unit well organised, divided between the number of components of the same, not exceeding that amount. (Amounts for this year).

The children and dependent children may be taken into account by both spouses, whether applying for unemployment benefit, for the calculation of minimum and maximum amounts to perceive (ceilings), as if requested by a grant unemployment in which it is essential to have family responsibilities.

If she is married and live with the children where they are deprived of his or her spouse, may alegarlos as dependants, provided that the expenses necessary for their livelihood are undertaken, directly or indirectly, from income to meet its unity of coexistence.

For the purposes of the grant, the partner of the applicant or individual beneficiary is not considered an integral part of the family unit, and therefore, it may be claimed by Him or her as household burden.

If the applicant or person receiving the subsidy exists only their sons or daughters and/or children less than 26 or greater with disabilities, must prove the income or the lack of income of all, without sufficient proof that it is only one or some of them women.

Taking into account the obligation of parents to pay maintenance to their sons and daughters imposed by section 143 of the Civil code, if its unity of coexistence is composed of a de facto union and for their children or common children under 26 or older with disabilities, or by persons under the age hosted by both, will be determined the income of that children can have imputándoles, each of them, the result of divide all revenues of the other parent/to between it and the total number of children dependent on Him or her.