Economic benefit for the birth or adoption of a child, in cases of large families, single parent families and in the case of disabled mothers.

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A lump-sum financial benefit that is granted for the birth or adoption of a child into large families or families which, for this reason, acquire said status, as well as into single-parent families and cases in which the mother has a degree of disability greater than or equal to 65%, as long as a certain level of income is not exceeded.

The benefit is not granted in the event of foster care.

Recipients / requirements

The biological or adoptive parents, by the birth or adoption of the child, if:

  • They have their legal residence in Spain.
  • They do not have an annual income, of any kind, that is more than the set limits. If the biological or adoptive parents are living together and their total joint income is more than the set limits, neither of them can be entitled to be a recipient.
  • They are not entitled to benefits of this kind under any other public welfare protection scheme.

Determining the recipient

  • In the case of large  families, the beneficiary will be:
    • If the parents or foster parents live together, either of the parents or foster parents by mutual agreement. If no agreement is reached, the recipient will, where appropriate, be the mother.
    • If the parents or foster parents do not live together, the beneficiary will be the person who has guardianship and custody of the child.

  • In the case of single-parent families: the parent with whom the biological or adopted child lives and who is the only person in the family in receipt of income.
  • In the case of disabled mothers: mothers demonstrating that they have a level of disability equal to or greater than 65%.
  • When the child has been orphaned following the death of both parents or foster parents or is abandoned, the beneficiary will be the person who has guardianship of the child.

Compatibilities

The benefit is compatible with:

Incompatibilities

  • When both parents or adoptive parents have the same circumstances needed to become recipients, the right to receive the benefit will only be granted to one of them.


  • The benefit is incompatible with the parents or adoptive parents receiving any other similar benefit established for the other state welfare protection schemes (MUFACE, ISFAS, MUGEJU?).


  • When the beneficiaries have the right to the same benefit from several state welfare protection schemes for the same originator, they must choose one of them.
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