Child Benefit

Old Jan 12th 2006, 11:06 pm
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Will we be entitled to claim child benefit when we return as we haven't paid any NI for 3 years
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Old Jan 13th 2006, 1:01 am
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Default Re: Child Benefit

Taken from JAJ's post on returning UK citizens:

Child Benefits

Child benefit may be claimed by British citizens moving to the United Kingdom with their children. But certain residence and presence conditions must be met, and both the applicant and children must be in the UK before child benefit can be paid. Child benefit is paid for any child up to the age of 16 or to the age of 19 if the child is still in full time non-advanced education (e.g. if they are still at school).

Before claiming child benefit both the applicant and the child or one of the child’s parents must have been in the United Kingdom for more than 26 weeks in the previous 52 weeks. However, child benefit may be claimed earlier if applicants can show that they intend to stay in the UK for more than six months and have begun to pay UK National Insurance contributions through working or becoming self-employed. You can get a child benefit claim pack from the Child Benefit Centre, Washington, PO Box 1 Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE88 1AA (telephone number: 0870 1555540; e-mail address: [email protected]
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