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The rules for calculating child benefits have changed in Russia

The rules for calculating child benefits have changed in Russia
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Benefits for children under three years of age in Russia will no longer be credited without a claim. Such changes were in effect due to the pandemic, but since March 1, this order has been canceled.

According to RIA News, now parents of children under three years of age, in which the average per capita income is below two living wages, will have to apply for an extension of benefits with a full package of documents. This will need to be done when the child is one or two years old.

Also, parents will have to inform the social security authorities and the FIU about the change of place of residence or circumstances that affect the decision on the calculation of benefits.

 

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