The INPS could recover the money from the families who received the allowance individually, if the children lose this claim

Families can get the general public for adult children. Quantities vary depending on the ISEE of the families and the total number of children in the family. However, there are some conditions to get the bonus. These requirements are very strict and were repeated in INPS message number 1,714 of April 20th. In case of lack of these requisites or loss, the Institute may request the refund of part of the amount to the families. Let us find out what these requirements are that allow families to receive the only allowance for children over 18 years of age.

Families can claim a single allowance if they have small children. The amount of the allowance varies depending on the number of children and family ISEE. However, some families may receive a surcharge of 100 € if a specific case arises.

Conditions for allocation for adult children

Families with adult children as long as they are under 21 may also apply for the allowance, but certain conditions must be met. The family unit must have a dependent child who is attending school or vocational training or graduate school. Alternatively, the child must have a job or internship and have a total income of less than € 8,000 gross per year. Or the child has to look for a job and be registered as unemployed in the public employment services. Alternatively, the child must perform a general public service. If one of these four cases occurs, the family can also receive the universal single allowance for a dependent adult child.

However, in message 1,714 of April 20, the INPS made a statement on the condition of total income. If the family has a dependent child who is working or doing an internship, their total income must be less than 8,000 gross per year. By total income, the INPS means not only the income from that work, but the income from all the activities of the child. For example, any rental income or income from commercial activities that are not normally carried out must also be included in the gross annual amount of € 8,000.

The INPS could recover the money from the families who received the allowance individually, if the children lose this claim

Still with reference to this point, INPS emphasizes two other important aspects, distinguishing between an adult child living together and an adult child not living together. The adult child who lives together and depends on the parents, must not have a total income exceeding 8,000 Euros, as we see above.

An adult child who, despite the dependence on family unity, does not live with his or her parents may, under certain conditions, be included in the family allowance. He must not be married and must have no children and be under 26 years of age. In addition, this child must have a total income of less than 4,000 euros in the second year before applying for the Allocation Allocation. In the reference year of the single grant application, the total income must not exceed 8,000 euros. These two conditions must both be present.

As far as total income is concerned, there is another problem for the family. We have read that for the allocation the working adult children must have a total income of less than 8,000 Euros at the time of application. Of course, the income for the year 2022 is assumed because the child does not know how much the total income will be at the end of the year. So what happens if the child, after receiving the allowance at the end of the year, has a total income of over 8,000 euros? It is not clear what could happen, but in theory, the INPS could claim the money from the single check that was illegally obtained based on the loss of the claims.


Up to 7,500 Euros en route with a simple request for families with children living in these communes

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