For the purposes of unemployment subsidy, have family responsibilities means having a spouse or some son or daughter by nature or adoption is less than 26 years or more persons with disabilities or lower received, if live or financially dependent on you and have no monthly incomes above the 75 % of the minimum wage (SMI), without counting the proportional part of two extra pay, provided that the amount of income of all members of his family unit as well organised, divided between the number of components of the same, does not exceed that amount. (Amounts for this year).

Daughters and dependent children may be taken into account by both spouses, whether you seek unemployment benefit, for the calculation of the minimum and maximum amounts to receive (caps), as if requested an unemployment allowance in which it is essential to have family responsibilities.

If you are married and live with the sons or daughters that differ from your spouse may alegarlos as dependants whenever necessary expenses for their livelihoods are assumed, directly or indirectly, from the revenue for your unit of coexistence.

For the purposes of the grant, the partner of the applicant or beneficiary is not considered part of the family unit, and therefore, it can be argued by him or her as cargo familiar.

Si la persona solicitante o persona beneficiaria del subsidio convive únicamente con sus hijos o hijas y/o hijos o hijas menores de 26 disabled or elderly, must prove rents or lack of income of all, without sufficient credit only any/a or some of them.

Taking into account the obligation of parents to provide food for their sons and daughters imposed by Article 143 the Civil code, if its unity of coexistence is composed of your partner and by their sons or daughters under common 26 years or older with disabilities, or by persons under the age hosted by both, will determine the income of the sons or daughters can provide, suspicion to each of them, the result of divide all revenues of the other parent/to between it and the total number of sons or daughters who depend on him or her.