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Isee minors 2024: what it is and when it is needed

Isee minors 2024: what is it and what is it for? One may mistakenly think that when there are minors in the family unit it is necessary to present the ISEE for minors, but this is not always the case.
It must be remembered, in fact, that the ISEE models are of different types: there is the University one which is used to benefit from the benefits for the right to study, for example.
There is also the ISEE for minors which is used solely and exclusively to allow children of parents who are not married to each other and not cohabiting to be able to access the benefits reserved for children.
By way of example, the ISEE for minors is used to request a reduction in school meals or a single allowance, but only when the parents are not or have never been married to each other and do not live together.
The ISEE, as we all know by now, is an essential certification if you want to ask for benefits recognized by the State.
In the case of minors, it is also used for the single allowance for dependent children (while it was not required for ANFs) and if you apply for the latter without ISEE you will only receive the basic amount which slightly exceeds the 50 euros for each child.
The Equivalent Economic Situation Indicator photographs the economic situation of families taking into account the income and assets of all members of the household, returning the real economic situation of the family.
What is the ISEE for minors? Based on the type of service you want to request, you must present a certain ISEE form.
The one for minors is used to request benefits such as the kindergarten bonus, the single allowance, reductions in services offered by public schools, just to mention some of the benefits.
Isee minors 2024: what is it and when is it needed Isee minors 2024: in which family unit should the minor be indicated? Non-cohabiting parent: when should it be indicated in the ISEE for minors? When is the ISEE for minors needed in 2024? How is the ISEE for minors calculated? Isee minors: what documents are needed? Isee minors 2024: in which family unit should the minor be indicated? As anticipated, this tool should only be used by parents who are not married to each other and not cohabiting.
Let's see why and how the two parents should be indicated in the DSU, the Single Replacement Declaration.
The ISEE for minors coincides with the ordinary ISEE when: the parents are married and cohabiting with each other; the parents were married, but are separated or divorced; the parents are not married but live together.
Since this is a tool to be used when the parents are not married or cohabiting with each other, the problem arises regarding which family unit the minor should be indicated in.
In detail, in most cases, the minor child is part of the family unit for ISEE purposes of the parent with whom he or she lives.
However, if the minor does not live with any parent, one of the following hypotheses occurs: if there is no definitive or temporary custody provision to other subjects, the minor is attracted into the parents' family unit; if he is temporarily entrusted to one of the parents, the latter can consider him as part of the household; if it is in a community, it forms a nucleus in itself; if he is in pre-adoptive foster care, he is part of the foster carer's family unit.
Taking these indications into account, let's see what changes for the non-cohabiting parent and how to indicate this in the DSU for ISEE purposes.
read also ISEE Model 2024, how it is calculated, what documents are needed and the new DSU Non-cohabiting parent: when it must be indicated in the ISEE for minors In the case of the minor ISEE for unmarried, non-cohabiting parents, the non-cohabiting parent must still be indicated in the ISEE 'Isee, as a component aggregated to the child's nucleus.
In summary, even if he does not live with the child, the non-cohabiting parent is attracted into the household for the purposes of accessing benefits for the minor with his assets and income and must be included in the household of the beneficiary of the benefit.
The non-cohabiting parent is attracted only when she is not in any of the following situations: if she is married to a person other than the other parent; if he appears to have children with a person other than the other parent; if he is obliged, by order of the judicial authority, to pay periodic allowances aimed at child maintenance; if he has been excluded from parental responsibility for his children or has been removed from the family residence.
If the non-cohabiting parent, however, is married to a person other than the other parent or has children with a person other than the other parent, an additional component must be considered for his or her income and assets.
In fact, therefore, to obtain the ISEE for Minors, simulate the Ordinary ISEE relating to the minor's family unit (without non-cohabiting parent) to which add the additional component calculated with reference to the non-cohabiting parent.
Alternatively, if you already have an Ordinary ISEE calculated with reference to the minor's household, it is possible to simulate exclusively the value of the additional component of the non-cohabiting parent by clicking on "Simulate Additional Component" In the other two hypotheses (pay periodic allowances or is excluded from the child's responsibility) the parent must not be included in the child's household; in this case, therefore, the declarant does not have to enter any income or assets of the excluded parent.
When the parent is integrated into the household as an aggregate component, this must be indicated in the minor's ISEE by filling out Form A with GNC family relationship (which stands for unmarried and non-cohabiting parent).
If the latter already has an ISEE certificate, then in the DSU it would be sufficient to indicate the reference INPS protocol in the DSU.
read also pre-filled online ISEE 2024, guide to applying independently from the INPS website.
When is the ISEE for minors 2024 needed? The ISEE for minors is used for all those benefits recognized for minors and only when the parents are neither married nor cohabiting; therefore, when one of the following situations occurs: when the parent who recognized the minor is not living in the family unit and is not married to the minor's other parent.
In these cases the parent is considered to be part of the minor's family unit, except in cases where: the parent is married to a different person; the parent has had other children with a different person; the judicial authority has established the payment of periodic allowances for child support; the parent has lost custody of the child or the child has been adopted.
If the parent is married or has had children with a different person, the ISEE of the minor child is integrated with an additional component calculated on the basis of the economic situation of the non-cohabiting parent.
If, however, following a measure to release the parent from the family residence, he or she has lost authority over the child, the ordinary ISEE must be presented.
read also ISEE single allowance: who loses? How is the ISEE for minors calculated? To calculate the ISEE for minors, the condition of the unmarried and non-cohabiting parent must be taken into consideration to establish whether or not it affects the ISEE of the minor's family unit.
read also How to get out of the family ISEE? Isee minors: what documents are needed? To request the ISEE for minors, the following documents are needed: copy of the declarant's valid identity document; Tax code and/or Health Card of all members of the family unit; certifications of disability or inability if present in the family unit; separation or divorce decree.
For foreign citizens, a residence permit is also required.

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