We pay it in the same period as child allowance, if your child’s birth certificate or the population register lack data about the child’s father, or if your child’s other parent has officially been declared a fugitive.
This allowance shall be paid starting from childbirth, or from the day the parent was declared a fugitive.
The single parent child allowance payment is stopped in the following cases:
- Acceptance of paternal filiation (under the parents’ joint application);
- Establishment of paternal filiation during court proceedings;
- The Police and Border Guard Board officially stops the other parent’s search proceedings;
- A survivor’s pension is appointed to the child for the other parent:
- A survivor’s pension is appointed to the child due to the loss of the single parent’s new spouse, or the child’s step parent.
How to get?
If you are entitled to the allowance, you will find a benefits offer in our self service portal after you have registered the birth of your child.
No application is required for an allowance!
Last updated: 06.04.2023