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Who are the beneficiaries and the four conditions?

Who are the beneficiaries and the four conditions?

It is worth noting that in the coming period there will be a new exceptional allocation of up to 200 euros. See the beneficiaries and all the details in the text.

From now on, the long-term unemployment allowance is a benefit granted to long-term unemployed Greek citizens and citizens of EU Member States.

An additional allowance of 200 euros is provided by the Public Employment Service (DYPA) and is paid for one year to beneficiaries who must “fulfill” four conditions.

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Long-term unemployment benefit is a benefit granted to long-term unemployed Greek citizens and citizens of EU member states, aged between 20 and 66 years.

An allowance of 200 euros is provided by the Public Employment Service (DYPA) and is paid for one year to beneficiaries who must “fulfill” four conditions. The beneficiaries are the long-term unemployed and registered in the DYPA registers.

What is the allowance?

Long-term unemployment allowance is a benefit granted to long-term unemployed Greek citizens and citizens of EU Member States, aged 20 to 66, who are insured against unemployment, and who are in a permanent state of unemployment for a period of time longer than 12 months, as long as they have exhausted the right to receive regular unemployment benefit for 12 months.

conditions

1. Exhaustion of regular unemployment benefit for 12 months.

Beneficiaries are those who have exhausted the unemployment benefit for 12 months, even if they received it in parts (i.e. with suspension and continuation) and submit their application within a consumption period of two (2) months from the end of the regular 12-month period of financial support.

Citizens who are regularly supported due to continuity based on Article 20 of ND 2961/54, who, at the end of the remaining period of the 12-month benefit, have not completed 12 continuous months of residence in the unemployment records of the institution, can submit the application for support within a consumption period of two (2) months from the end of the 12-month continuous residence.

Attention: Supported citizens whose approval decision for regular unemployment benefit is less than twelve (12) months old are not eligible.

2. On the date of submission of the relevant application, they must have completed a continuous period of unemployment of 12 months and remain registered in the DYPA unemployment records.

3. His age must be between 20 and 66 years.

The beneficiary’s date of birth is considered the date of commencement of completion of the twentieth and sixty-sixth years. The critical time to comply with the age limit requirement is the time of application.

4. The annual family income must not exceed 10,000 euros.

The specified income is increased by EUR 586.08 for each minor child (i.e. under 18 years of age). So for example. for a trader with two (2) minor children, his annual family income must not exceed EUR 11,172.16 (10,000 + 586.08 + 586.08 = EUR 11,172.16)

Application process

The application for long-term unemployment benefit must be submitted with the necessary supporting documents within a consumption period of two (2) months from the end of the regular 12-month benefit in two ways:

a) Through DYPA electronic services
b) Through Cape
With the final submission of the application, the unemployed person receives a copy of it recording specific time periods during which he must declare his personal presence at DYPA until his application is examined. These time periods are also reflected in DYPA’s electronic services.

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Duration and amount of support

The amount of the allowance is fixed at €200.00 per month and is granted personally to the beneficiary himself as long as he remains registered in the unemployment records of the DYPA and in no case exceeds twelve (12) months.
This allowance is not subject to increases, is personal and non-transferable.

Pay the allowance

The monthly allowances are paid “in full”, that is, from the day following their expiration, each monthly allowance is automatically credited to the bank account declared by the beneficiary, as long as he has submitted the attendance declarations in time, the monthly allowances are credited once a week, specifically on the last day of that working day (Friday) The insured, by his request, guarantees the payment of his first two (2) monthly dues without any further action.