How long can you collect the Minimum Vital Income: reasons to lose the right

The Minimum Vital Income (IMV) is the life jacket for many families in a situation of social exclusion. In fact, more than 80,000 households were forced to receive this benefit last year. However, to this day, there are still many people who need this help. In this sense, what many beneficiaries wonder is how long they will be able to collect this aid.

It must be taken into account that the right to the benefit arises from the first day of the month following the date of presentation of the application. From here, the right to the benefit will be maintained as long as the necessary requirements to receive it are met.

Reasons why the right to receive the IMV is suspended

Despite meeting the requirements, the right to the benefit can be suspended for different reasons:

– Temporary loss of any of the requirements for recognition.

– Temporary breach of the obligations assumed when accessing the benefit.

– When there are indications that obligations are being breached, until the doubt is resolved.

– Transfer abroad for a continuous period or not exceeding 90 days a year, without having notified the managing entity in advance or being duly justified.

– Receive income from work or income derived from an activity as a self-employed worker incompatible with the Minimum Vital Income.

In this sense, the suspension of the right to receive the Minimum Vital Income will be maintained as long as the circumstances that would have given rise to losing it persist. It should be noted that, if the suspension is maintained for one year, the right to the benefit will be extinguished.

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Reasons why the right to receive the IMV is extinguished

Despite meeting the requirements, the right to benefit may be extinguished for different reasons:

– Death of the owner.

– Definitive loss of any of the requirements demanded for the maintenance of the provision.

– Leaving the national territory without notifying or justifying the reason to the managing entity for a period, continuous or not, of more than 90 days a year.

– Waive the right.

– Suspension of the benefit for a period of more than one year.

Repeatedly failing to comply with the prohibition of receiving income from work or income derived from an activity as a self-employed worker incompatible with the Minimum Vital Income.

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