Russia is considering the possibility of introducing additional restrictions as part of the procedure for receiving childcare benefits. Both parents must participate in the upbringing of the latter.
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This assumes that the monthly heir benefit is legally provided for both spouses, possible guardians, etc. That is, those who are actually caring for the child. Against the background of the development of public services operating in electronic format in the Russian Federation, there is no need for both parents to be present at the time of filing an application for assistance from the state. As a result, the authorized government agency does not always have confidence whether the parent issuing the documents is really caring for the heir. It often happens that a couple lives separately without filing a divorce. This does not prevent someone who is not involved in raising a child from receiving benefits by submitting an electronic application, without actually having a reason for this.
The authors of the new bill propose to limit the ability to apply for help for those who do not care for the heir. The innovation will be defended by the parent who lives with the child and brings up him.