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What will maternity leave be like in 2022?

If the father, for example, decides not to take the leave, he will not be able to transfer it to the mother

Posted on 11/16/2021 at 09:10 Since January 2021, maternity and paternity leave have been equalized from 14 to 16 weeks. Irene Montero, Minister of Equality, has announced the proposal to extend the benefit up to six months for each of the couple. This proposal has been left out of the General State Budgets. In any case, the Minister for Equality pointed out that this measure would see the light of day at the beginning of 2022 through the Family Law. If it is a single-parent family, the proposal indicates that the low would be for a whole year, when both permits are added. In addition, it would include a 'baby check' worth 1,200 euros per year for parenting. This benefit will be compatible with others such as the Minimum Vital Income. The first six weeks of sick leave after the birth are mandatory, the mother may anticipate up to four weeks before the expected date of delivery. The other ten can be postponed depending on the family organization, although the time limit established for it it is until the baby is twelve months old. The leave is non-transferable and is 100% paid. If the father, for example, decides not to take the leave, he will not be able to transfer it to the mother. For the mother, however, permission is required. HOW TO APPLY FOR MATERNITY LEAVE So far, it is not possible to request maternity leave in the event that the birth is to take place in 2022, but if the delivery is scheduled for before the end of the year, there is the possibility of requesting it. Pertinent documentation can be requested in person and electronically, through 'Your Social Security'. For this, the electronic DNI or the digital certificate will be necessary. In addition, the family book, the applicant's DNI and the company certificate reflecting the start date of the withdrawal must be delivered. LABELS Comments

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