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The child-raising allowance and the state allowance are granted only at the written request of the entitled person and may be requested by a single application, the way of submitting the documents being thus simplified, by the Emergency Ordinance no. 111/2010 on the indemnity for raising children, with subsequent modifications and additions.
1/ The application request for child-raising allowance/insertion stimulant (signed and completed by both parents);
2/ Identity card of the applicant (copy and original);
3/ Identity card of the other parent (copy and original);
4/ Child birth certificates (copies and originals);
5/ The marriage certificate, for the married parents (copy and original);
6/ Other documents, by case: documents proving the divorce, documents of entrusting the minor, the death certificate, the placement decision, the adoption papers (copy and original);
7/ For payment through bank transfer: proof issued by the bank that must contain the name and surname of the account holder (the account must be on the name of the person entitled, who is the file holder), the holder’s Personal Numerical Code (CNP), the IBAN code;
8/ Fastener folder;
9/ In the case of salary incomes:
10/ In the case of income from independent activities (copyright and copyright related rights, income derived from the exercise of medical, law, civil, commission or other salaried income, income obtained as the Registered Sole Trader/Independent Employed Person):
11/ In the case of people who have attended the pre-university/postgraduate/pre-university education courses during the last year preceding the child’s birth, for the preparation of the child raising allowance file, they must attach, besides the documents mentioned in points 1-7 and point 10 – the certificate issued by the pre-university or, as the case may be, the university, certifying the attendance of the daily courses without interruption, until the date of its request;
12/ Statement on the protection of personal data under EU Regulation.
The file should be submitted 30 days prior to child-raising leave (suspension of activity) or up to 60 working days from termination of maternity leave or from birth date, as the case may be.
The child-raising allowance file is submitted at the General Direction of Social Assistance and Child Protection of the district where the parent belongs. Also, the list of documents required for the file may be modified, depending on the internal requirements of each district.
The beneficiary of the child-raising allowance is obliged to notify, in written form, the resumption of the activity and any change in his/her situation, such as to cause the termination or suspension of the payment of the rights, within 15 working days from its occurrence.