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Can an UK expat return to the UK after 17 years and claim housing and social security benefits immediately?
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.
lets hope not
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for those who are unable to work due to health
You can always return to a country of which you are a citizen. Lack of a current passport is only an impediment to travel to countries of which you are not a citizen.
The Social Security Administration averages your income for your 35 highest earning years.
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.
Social upheaval and mass migration contributed significantly to the evolution of social work in the UK. The populations of cities were increasing dramatically during the indus…trial revolution, and many people were afflicted by poverty and diseases. The UK government responded by offering free treatment in hospitals, and hospital almoners were recruited to help in the treatment of patients. These almoners were regarded as social workers, and their roles began to include other social responsibilities in the following years. Social work has come a long way to become an important profession in the modern society. The scope of responsibilities of social work has become wider over the years, and social workers require more extensive training to perform their duties effectively. As social problems grow in the modern society, social work will continue to gain importance around the world.
As early as age 62. You can find all kinds of information about this by going to the SSA.gov web site use the search box for When To Start Receiving Retirement Benefits At Soc…ial Security, we're often asked, "What is the best age to start receiving retirement benefits?" The answer is that there is no one "best age" for everyone and, ultimately, it is your choice. You should make an informed decision about when to apply for benefits based on your individual and family circumstances. We hope the following information will help you understand how Social Security can fit into your retirement decision. Click on the below Related Link
No. The law states 18 years and most places won't take your parents' permission to give it to underage people. Which is rather recent and also a good thing, since if you… really love and design and want it, you can wait until you're 18. You will need proof of your age (passport or driver's license) and the reason for this is not only to make sure you are happy with your tattoo, which will be a part of you for as long as you live, as well as to make sure you are adult enough to follow the aftercare.
It would depend on the circumstances. You don't have an automatic right of return within a particular time period but there are very few reasons that would enable immigration… to exclude you permanently. Most people when deported are given a pack of information regarding their rights and this includes a form requesting to return.
Everyone has different heights, I've got a 17yr old friend who's 6'4, and I'm 18 at 5'5... so your height seems pretty good from this angle :)
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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.
Which of these does the UK government spend the most money on education social security or policing?
In the 2012/13 financial year, the United Kingdom government will spend more money on social security than on education or policing. Excluding health expenditure (which is tr…eated separately by the UK), the Government will spend £240billion (36.1% of the total budget) on social security. In contrast it will spend £91billion (13.7%) on education and £32billion (4.8%) on public order, safety and justice.
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.
Yes, provided that the 16 year old person is not the actual OWNER of the property. In the UK, you cannot legally own property up until the age of 18, although from the ages 16…-18 you CAN rent. However, if you and not them are the actual OWNER, there's no problem, although-CO-ownership could not happen until that person turns 18.