Social security: the beneficiaries of the insured

Definition

A beneficiary is a "person who has acquired a right of another person. Example: an heir is the deceased's rightful claimant." In terms of social protection and social security, this notion is of course fundamental.

The beneficiaries of an insured person helping the younger as an example.

The beneficiaries of a social insured are therefore the persons who can benefit from his social protection. To know :

The spouse, the concubine or not
Children up to a certain age (see below)
Parents, parents-in-law, brothers and sisters of the insured person and dependent on him / her
Any person who has been living with the insured for at least 12 months.

Children entitled

Children benefit from the social protection of their parents:

Up to the age of 16
Or 20 years if they are pursuing education or suffering from an illness or disability which prevents them from working

If both parents are social insured, the children can be "attached" indifferently to the father, the mother or both parents.

As soon as he carries out a professional activity giving rise to contributions, the child becomes a social insurer in his personal capacity and thus loses his legal status.

Children over the age of 18 who are not students and who do not work are entitled to stay with their parents on condition that they cohabit with them and have been in their care for at least twelve months.

Student children

Children students in higher education are compulsorily affiliated to the student social security. Affiliation is free:

If the child is under 20 years of age. It becomes payable if the child reaches the age of 20 during the academic year (between October 1 and September 30)
Without any age limit if the child is a scholar.Definition

A beneficiary is a "person who has acquired a right of another person. Example: an heir is the deceased's rightful claimant." In terms of social protection and social security, this notion is of course fundamental.

The beneficiaries of an insured person

The beneficiaries of a social insured are therefore the persons who can benefit from his social protection. To know :

The spouse, the concubine or not
Children up to a certain age (see below)
Parents, parents-in-law, brothers and sisters of the insured person and dependent on him / her
Any person who has been living with the insured for at least 12 months.

Children entitled

Children benefit from the social protection of their parents:

Up to the age of 16
Or 20 years if they are pursuing education or suffering from an illness or disability which prevents them from working

If both parents are social insured, the children can be "attached" indifferently to the father, the mother or both parents.

As soon as he carries out a professional activity giving rise to contributions, the child becomes a social insurer in his personal capacity and thus loses his legal status.

Children over the age of 18 who are not students and who do not work are entitled to stay with their parents on condition that they cohabit with them and have been in their care for at least twelve months.

Student children

Children students in higher education are compulsorily affiliated to the student social security. Affiliation is free:

If the child is under 20 years of age. It becomes payable if the child reaches the age of 20 during the academic year (between October 1 and September 30)
Without any age limit if the child is a scholar.
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