a double whammy quicky for someone maybe..

Currently, there are 0 users and 1 guest visiting this topic.
Viewing 2 posts - 1 through 2 (of 2 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #31924
    510233
    Participant

    Afternoon all, before you all rest your brains over the weekend….

    claimant on remand, claim whilst he was resident in prop was deemed defective in feb. NO contact UNTIL claimant was in prison… he has asked for backdate which we dont think he shows good cause for which is fine…. however, regarding the ongoing claim, in order to get temporary absense, is there a requirement for the claim to be in payment before temporary absense occurs or can someone claim whilst absent???

    second, new claim from a chap and a thai wife. Am i right in thinking that the requirement for a nino on a new claim went last year, in which case she gets added to claim as partner?

    thanks all, and have a good weekend.

    #89300
    Kay_Tade
    Participant

    [quote:e176348432=”510233″]is there a requirement for the claim to be in payment before temporary absense occurs or can someone claim whilst absent???

    [color=red:e176348432]Err, short answer is No…[/color:e176348432]

    second, new claim from a chap and a thai wife. Am i right in thinking that the requirement for a nino on a new claim went last year, in which case she gets added to claim as partner?

    [color=red:e176348432]Depends on the circumstances, a requirement for a nino still stands, exemption to SSAA (1) applies in [u:e176348432]some [/u:e176348432] cases, so your starting point is to make sure the thai wife applies for a nino[/color:e176348432][/quote:e176348432]

    Edited to add this thread on your Nino question: sorry about my usual short, no explanation replies, but it’s friday so i’m excused. 😀

    https://hbinfo.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=22034

    Edited again!! Just to clarify on first question, there is no need for an existing claim before the temp absence rules apply, subject to other normal HB eligiblity.

Viewing 2 posts - 1 through 2 (of 2 total)
  • You must be logged in to reply to this topic.