What are the payment of childbirth
Birth of a child - the brightest and happiest moment in the life of every woman. Young mother, feeling, finally, the joy of motherhood, and begins to think that with the advent of the baby born, it becomes temporarily unable to work. But the price of basic necessities for the child rather high. Fortunately, our government is ready to provide financial support for young mothers, which in turn must know what payments they rely at birth.
Instruction which rely payments for child birth
The first payment by the state after the appearance of the new man in the world - it is a lump sum at birth or in the transmission of his upbringing in a family. Check out this guide may be one of the parents the baby or one of its guardians. To apply for a lump-sum payment should be within six months from the date of birth of crumbs.
Payment of a lump sum at birth is carried out either in the workplace or place of study of one of the parents, or in the RUSZN if mom and dad baby are unemployed. It made it, usually within 10 days from the date of submitting the necessary documents.
For lump-sum allowance for childbirth in the workplace you need to provide two passport, your and spouse, birth certificate, baby, certain certificate from the registry office, the account number, which must be received payment and a document from the employer of the other parent, confirming the that he did not receive a lump sum.
If you and your other half are unemployed, apply for the lump-sum allowance for childbirth in RUSZN residence. To do this, please bring both passports, your and your spouse's, child's birth certificate, a certificate from the registry office, the account number where the money should be received two work books with records of dismissal, and the second parent your baby. If you or your spouse has never worked in RUSZN grant certificates, diplomas and other documents confirming the absence of you or your spouse work.
If you are the proud parents of two or even three tots, a lump sum will be paid to you for each child.