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What a disgraceful answer! This person has probably paid into the UK system so why should they not be entitled to a little help if they want to come home? You have no idea what their circumstances are. Unfortunately I don't know the answer but hopefully someone with a little more compassion that the previous poster will be able to provide one.
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Answer No. The SS benefits are somewhat irrelevant as the legal age of majority is 18 in all states except Nebraska where it is 19.
The amount given to asylum seekers is less than 1% of what is spent on the NHS each year. Individual asylum seekers receive around 70% (£38.96 per week) of income …support. They are not entitled to many of the benefits others rely upon, such as disability living allowance. Refugees are entitled to the same level of benefits as UK citizens, since they have proven their right to stay here. However, most of them want to work, and many of them do.
Do you need to claim social security death benefits on your tax return even though the deceased owed a very large sum of back child support?
There is no relationship between the two items. Up to 85% of the survivor's benefits may be taxable, depending on your other income.. You could probably sue the estate, if th…ere is one, for the back child support.. I suggest you consult an attorney about this matter.
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Survivor benefits are paid to children of a deceased worker.
Benefits receivable would vary depending on how long NI contributions had been made before emigrating, the nature of your return, value of savings and income of partner. If …you were unemployed as a result of your own actions, with no contribution history and high savings, you would be entitled to nothing.
Does your 17 year old have to pay taxes on his social security benefit that he receives because his father is on disability?
Usually it is a "National Insurance Number" or NIN, which is in fact made up of letters and numbers. Google National Insurance Number if you need more info.
In Canada you can.
Can a wife claim her husband as a dependent on her unemployment benefits while the husband is 62 years old and collecting his Social Security check?
Ye, because I did when my husband was 64 years old.
If rent is the sole source of income and no material services for the convenience of the tenants are provided, then the landlord has no income from self-employment to report a…nd upon which Social Security benefits may be based.
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Can ex-husband prevent a former wife of 29 years from claiming benefits from his social security benefits?
Absolutely not. Individuals do not have that degree of authority. Social Security is governed by law. See related link. Absolutely not. Individuals do not have that degree of… authority. Social Security is governed by law. See related link. Absolutely not. Individuals do not have that degree of authority. Social Security is governed by law. See related link. Absolutely not. Individuals do not have that degree of authority. Social Security is governed by law. See related link.
It depends on the individual's financial circumstances.
There is no way to be cut off from social benefits in the UK considering the UK is a first world country. One could lose one benefits simply by leaving the country and moving …somewhere else.