NASpI, are you entitled to the new single check or ANF family allowance?

NASpI 2022the beneficiaries ofUnemployment Benefit they wonder if they are giving the right to the new ones Single Check for dependent children or if they receive those Family allowance (ANF). Let us try to clarify this aspect on the basis of current legislation.

NASpI 2022, do beneficiaries receive the Single Check or the ANF?

From 1 March 2022 onwards, in addition to Family allowance (ANF)theSingle Check and universally for dependent children, for the benefit of those who have minor children or adult children (under 21 years of age) dependent (and provided that they meet certain conditions).

Confronted with the two alternative social benefits, on which one do the recipients of the NASpI get right? First, let’s look at what kind of household (with beneficiaries) NASpI) are necessary to apply Single Check no longer have the right to ANF.

The recipients of the new single check are those, as we have said before, who are dependent minor children and adult dependent children, up to the age of 21, under the conditions set out in Article 2 of the Decree Bill no. 2021

We report under these conditions for the recognition of the Single Check:
a) for every dependent minor child and for newborns it starts from the seventh month of pregnancy;
(b) for any dependent adult child, up to the age of 21, for whom one of the following conditions is met:

  • 1) you are attending a school or vocational training, or a course;
  • 2) do an internship or a job and have a total income of less than 8,000 euros per year;
  • 3) is registered as unemployed and is looking for work in the public employment services;
  • 4) makes the Universal Civil Service;

c) for any dependent child with a disability, without age limits.

In fact, families who have dependent children and have the characteristics listed above and specified by Article 2 of Legislative Decree 230/2021 mentioned above cannot present. Application for family allowance (ANF) op NASpIbut they must apply for a single check.

We remind you that by the definition of “independent children” we mean the status of a dependent family member, or a family member receiving a total income not exceeding 2,840.51 euros (gross deductible expenses). This limit will be increased to € 4,000 for children under 24 years.

From 1 March onwards, the services of the ANF will continue to be recognized, which are based on:

  • Family units consisting solely of spouses, with the exclusion of the legal and effectively separated spouse;
  • of brothers, sisters and grandchildren, under eighteen or without age limits, if they find themselves, due to physical or mental disability or defect, in the absolute and permanent inability to devote to a profitable job, in case they are orphans of both parents and did not receive the right to a survivor’s pension.

For these types of families, the advantage is therefore always the ANF. Therefore, when in the Family there is a merit of NASpI Unemployment Benefitthe family unit will always be entitled to the ANF on NASpI and not to the single check.

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