At the birth of a child, a parent or a person replacing him has the right to a one-time benefit. His appointment is made upon contact no later than six months from the date of birth of the child. If two or more children are born, this type of benefit is paid for each of the children.
- - certificates from the place of residence;
- - documents from the place of work or study;
- - documents from the registry office about the birth of a child.
Submit a package of documents to the district department of the Social Insurance Fund that entitles you to receive a one-time compensation for the birth or adoption of a child. You will be asked to fill out an application for the purpose of this payment in the FSS office directly during registration.
You will need certificates - about the birth of a child, which is issued by the registry office, and a document from the place of work of the other parent, confirming that the benefit was not assigned to him there. If the purpose of the payment is carried out by the body of social protection of the population, you will need an extract from the military ID, work book, other document confirming the last place of study or work.
Stock up on an extract from the custody decision if you are a substitute parent. You may need a copy of an identity document, which contains a note on the issue of a residence permit or a copy of a refugee certificate.
When applying for the appointment of benefits at the place of stay, actual residence, you will need a certificate from the social security authorities at the place of registration that the benefit was not assigned and paid.
All documents are submitted for review with copies attached. The package of documents can be sent to the FSS by mail. Persons who do not have a place of work can issue a payment to the FSS at the place of stay, residence; in some cases, registration is available at the MFC or online.