Complements to Minimums

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Widowhood with dependent family members

  • Dependent relatives are understood to be children under the age of 26 who live with the beneficiary or older family members with a disability, or foster children under the age of 18, when the joint income of the cohabiting family, divided by the number of family members, is no more than 75% of the SMI , excluding the proportional part of the two extraordinary payments.

    For these purposes, older children with a disability are considered to be those who have a degree of disability equal to or greater than 33%.
  • The income that will be taken into account will be any assets or rights, both from employment and capital, and any benefits received. The income taken into account will be the income for the year prior to the one in which the supplements are to be applied, and should exclude any income which is no longer received as a result of the event which gave rise to eligibility for the benefits, and any income which the beneficiaries can prove will not be received in the year in which the minimum supplements are to be applied.

Residency in Spain

  1. Proof of Spanish residency should be provided in accordance with Royal Decree 523/2006, of 28 April, which abolishes the requirement to provide a municipal registration certificate and documents proving the individual's address and residency for administrative procedures of the General State Administration and any public bodies linked to it or dependent on it. However, a municipal registration certificate is required when the interested party does not give their consent for their data to be checked via the Residency Data Verification System, as provided for in the single article, section 3, paragraph three of the above mentioned Royal Decree

    523/2006, of 28 April.
  2. It shall be understood that the beneficiary of the pension has their habitual residence in Spain, provided that their overseas visits are of a duration of 90 days or less over the course of the calendar year, or if they are due to an illness suffered by the beneficiary, which is duly evidenced through the corresponding medical certificate.
  3. The beneficiary will lose their right to the minimum supplement if they move outside Spain or their overseas visits are of a duration of more than 90 days over the course of the calendar year, unless the interested party is able to prove by other means that their habitual residence is in Spain.

    For these purposes, their family situation could be taken into account, along with any professional reasons why they might need to travel so often, as well as proof of having a stable job in Spain or the intention of getting one.
  4. If they fail to meet the residency requirements, they will lose the right to the minimum supplement from the first day of the month following the event that gave rise to this circumstance.
  5. The minimum pension supplements cannot be consolidated and will be withdrawn if the beneficiary fails to meet the income or residency requirements for obtaining them.

    In the event that, following the withdrawal of the supplement, the beneficiary becomes eligible to receive them once again, payment of the minimum supplements will not be restored on the initiative of the management entity. The interested party will have to apply for them and provide evidence that they meet the corresponding requirements.
  6. The requirement to be a resident in Spain in order to be eligible to receive the supplement to achieve the minimum pension is a requirement that applies to pensions for which the causal event occurred from 1 January 2013 regardless of any legislation applicable to awarding the pension.
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