ΓΕΝΙΚΗ ΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΕΙΑ ΙΣΟΤΗΤΑΣ ΤΩΝ ΦΥΛΩΝ

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Εκτύπωση

 

  1. A mother who has a third child from 1 January 2006 onwards, as well as for each child after the third, is paid a lump sum of 2,000 euros by the government, regardless of any other benefit, salary, pension, payment, compensation or income. By joint decision of the Ministers of Economy and Finance and Health and Welfare the methods of payment, the entity providing the payment and the required documentation are set and every detail required for the application of this provision is regulated. By a similar decision this amount may be adjusted. This amount is exempt from any tax, duty, levy or withholdings for the government or third parties. In the event of the death of the mother or the culpable negligence of the children by the mother and the permanent discontinuity of her cohabitation with them, the benefit is paid to whoever is responsible for the children’s’ welfare.

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Article 4

The benefits of paragraph 1 of Article 1 of this [present document] are granted to the following individuals:

  1. Greek citizens residing permanently in Greece
  2. individual of homogenous descent residing permanently in Greece and who possess an identity card for the homogeneous,
  3. citizens of  Member States of the European Union residing permanently in Greece,
  4. citizens of countries within the European Economic Area (Norway, Switzerland and Liechtenstein) and who reside permanently in Greece,
    1. recognized refugees residing in Greece, whose residence status in Greece is governed by the provisions of the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees (Decree 3989/1959, Government Gazette A 201), as amended by the New York Protocol of 1967 relating to the Status of Refugees (Law 389/1968, Government Gazette 125 A '),
    2. stateless persons whose residence status in Greece is governed by the provisions of the 1954 Convention on the Status of Stateless Persons (Law 139/1975, Government Gazette 176 A ') and
    3. beneficiaries of the humanitarian status, whose status in Greece is governed by Article 8 of Presidential Decree 61/1999 (Government Gazette 63 A'), who reside permanently in Greece and for the duration of their above statuses,
  5. citizens of other countries residing legally and permanently in Greece and are parents of offspring with Greek nationality.

The benefits are paid if the recipients have a ten year permanent and continuous stay in Greece and their minor children are in Greece. By decision of the Minister of Health and Social Solidarity special technical process matters are determined, particularly for supporting documents, the control time spam of supporting documents from the OGA [abr. for Agricultural Insurance Organization] and any other relevant matter.

The last two paragraphs were added with Article 42 paragraph 6 N.3918/2011 (Government Gazette A 31/2.3.2011).

Article 5

CHAPTER B
SUPPORTING PARENTS WITH LARGE FAMILIES
Paragraph 5 of Article 39 of Law 2459/1997 (Government Gazette 17 A ') is replaced.

"5. The status of parents with large family is recognized in the following categories of individuals:

  1. Greek citizens residing permanently in Greece
  2. individuals of homogenous descent residing permanently in Greece with a homogenous identity card,
  3. citizens of  Member States of the European Union residing permanently in Greece,
  4. citizens of countries within the European Economic Area (Norway, Switzerland and Liechtenstein) and who reside permanently in Greece,
    1. recognized refugees residing in Greece, whose residence status in Greece is governed by the provisions of the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees (Decree 3989/1959, Government Gazette A 201), as amended by the New York Protocol of 1967 relating to the Status of Refugees (Law 389/1968, Government Gazette 125 A '),
    2. stateless persons whose residence status in Greece is governed by the provisions of the 1954 Convention on the Status of Stateless Persons (Law 139/1975, Government Gazette 176 A ') and
    3. beneficiaries of the humanitarian status, whose status in Greece is governed by Article 8 of Presidential Decree 61/1999 (Government Gazette 63 A'), who reside permanently in Greece and for the duration of their above statuses,
  5. citizens of other countries residing legally and permanently in Greece and are parents of offspring with Greek nationality.”
Article 6

1. The first article of Law 1910/1944 is replaced.
"1. Parents with large families under the meaning of this law are the parents who have parental responsibility and custody of at least four children by one or more weddings or are legitimate or legally recognized or adopted, who are unmarried and have not reached their twenty-third (23rd) birthday or are studying in recognized tertiary universities and technological education and accredited educational institutions domestically or abroad, or are fulfilling their military obligations and have not reached their twenty-fifth (25th) birthday.  Those [children] with a disability of a percentage of sixty seven percent (67%) and more for life, regardless of age and marital status are included amongst these children.
2. A parent without a spouse who has parental responsibility and custody of his/her children and is solely liable  for their support, is considered to be a parent with a large family, provided that he/she has three children from the same or different marriages or who are legitimate or legally recognized or adopted or born out of wedlock, who are unmarried and have not reached their twenty-third (23rd) year of age and are studying in a recognized tertiary universities and technological education and accredited educational institutions domestically or abroad, or are fulfilling their military obligations and have not reached their twenty-fifth (25th) birthday.  Those [children] with a disability of a percentage of sixty seven percent (67%) and more for life, regardless of age and marital status are included amongst these children.
3.  If one of the parents becomes disabled for any reason or is disabled from war with a percentage of sixty seven percent (67%) and more for life, he/she is considered to be a parent with a large family, provided that he/she has three children covered in one of the cases of the first paragraph.
4. In the case of death of both parents, the orphaned children constitute a family on their own, if there are at least two of them. They enjoy all the benefits of parents with large families and those of children of large families, under the constraints of the first paragraph of this Article. "
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3. Parents who obtained the status of parents of large families under the provisions of Law 860/1979 (Government Gazette A 2 '), as well as those who acquire it under the provisions hereof, maintain it for life and enjoy lifetime rights arising from the status of parents with large families, their children are protected and have the rights of children of parents of large families for as long as the status of parents of large families last even if it is only from one parent.

Article 8
  1. The status of parents with large families and any benefits of parents of large families are not available to parents who have been convicted by final judgment of a felony or misdemeanor offense committed intentionally against the life, health, personal and sexual freedom, of their child or the other parent. In the event of such conviction, the children retain all the benefits of parents with large families and children of large families.
  2. The benefits of Articles 1 and 2 of this are not available to the entitled parents in the event of an irrevocable conviction for a felony or misdemeanor intentionally conducted against their child or the other parent. In the event of such conviction, the children of the beneficiaries are entitled to the benefits.
  3. The loss of the parents with a large family status and the status of the recipient of benefits of parents with three children, according to the above paragraphs, takes place with the issuance of a declaratory act  by a "committee of five" that convenes, under a a three-year term, by decision of the Minister of Health and Social Solidarity. Committee members are:

 

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