| | RE: Zwolnienie dobrowolne a zasilek dla bezrobotnych
Cytat, ktory podalas nie odnosi sie do tego co napisalas.
Uwaga! Licza sie tez skladki placone w innym kraju unijnym. Czyli, jesli ktos nie zgromadzil wystarczajacej ilosci skladek w UK, a pracowal i placil skladki w Polsce w tychze latach, to zachowuje prawo do contributory jobseeker's allowance
Regulacja,ktora podalas mowi jasno :
Unemployed persons and members of their families
1. An unemployed person, to whom Article 69 (1) and the second sentence of Article 71 (1) (b) (ii) apply, and who satisfies the conditions of the legislation of the competent State for entitlement to benefits in kind and in cash, taking account where appropriate of the provisions of Article 18, shall receive for the period provided under Article 69 (1) (c):
Conditions and limits for the retention of the right to benefits
1. A worker whos is wholly unemployed and who satisfies the conditions of the legislation of a Member State for entitlement to benefits and who goes to one or more other Member States in order to seek employment there shall retain his entitlement to such benefits under the conditions and within the limits hereinafter indicated:
(c) entitlement to benefits shall continue for a maximum period of three months from the date when the person concerned ceased to be available to the employment services of the State which he left, provided that the total duration of the benefits does not exceed the duration of the period of benefits he was entitled to under the legislation of the State. In the case of a seasonal worker such duration shall, moreover, be limited to the period remaining until the end of the season for which he was engaged.
1. An unemployed person who, during his last employment, was residing in the territory of a Member State other the competent State shall receive benefits in accordance with the following provisions:
(ii) a worker, other than a frontier worker, who is wholly unemployed and who makes himself available for work to the employment services in the territory of the Member State in which he resides, or who returns to that territory, shall receive benefits in accordance with the legislation of that State as if he had last been employed there; the institution of the place of residence shall provide such benefits at its own expense However, if such worker has become entitled to benefits at the expense of the competent institution of the Member State to whose legislation he was last subject, he shall receive benefits under the provisions of Article 69. Receipt of benefits under the legislation of the State in which he resides shall be suspended for any period during which the unemployed person may, under Article 69, make a claim for benefits under the legislation to which he was last subject.
Wszystko to odnosi sie do formularzy E301/ E303 o ktorych pisalam wyzej.
Natomiast nie odnosi sie to do sytulacji podanej przez Ciebie
Jesli ktos pracowal w Pl, po czym przyjechal do UK i tez pracowal nawet przez krotki okres,odprowadzajac skladki, co oznacza, ze kraj w ktorym ostatnio byl ubezpieczony to UK i to UK powinna placic. Mialam klienta, ktory pracowal w Pl przez x lat, po czym w ubieglym roku przepracowal w uk ok 6 m-cy (bez WRS), po czym zjechal do Pl...i nie pracowal i wrocil do UK ... ma prawo do c-jsa
Oczywiscie,ze mozna starac sie o Contribution-based JSA czyli w oparciu o skladki ale warunki rowniez trzeba spelnic .
Jobseekers Allowance (JSA) is paid to
people who are unemployed or employed for
less than 16 hours a week and looking for
full-time work. Contribution-based JSA is
paid to those who have paid sufficient NI
contributions. Claimants must be habitually
resident in the UK and have the right to
reside to claim income-based JSA. JSA can
be claimed jointly by a couple. If one of the
couple is subject to immigration control a
claim can still be made but will be paid at the
single rate not the couple rate. EEA
nationals (apart from A8 and A2 nationals)
looking for work have the right to reside.
Currently, A8 and A2 nationals who become
unemployed before completing 12 months
continuous employment lose the right to
reside and the right to claim benefits as a
Regulacja, ktora podalas jasno to stwierdza
2. Where an unemployed person satisfies the conditions of the legislation of the Member State which is responsible for the cost of unemployment benefits for entitlement to benefits in kind, taking account where appropriate of the provisions of Article 18, the members of his family shall receive such benefits, irrespective of the Member State in whose territory they reside or are staying. Such benefits shall be provided by the institution of the place of residence or of stay, in accordance with the legislation which it administers on behalf of the competent institution of the Member State which is responsible for the cost of unemployment benefits.
Oznacz to, ze osoba MUSI spelniac warunki danego panstwa aby zasilek taki wogole zostal przyznany. Jezeli Twoj klient przez pol roku pracowal w UK bez rejstracji WRS to pracowal nielegalnie napewno zdajesz sobie z tego sprawe. Wielka Brytania wprowadzila The Worker Registration Scheme po to aby monitorowac naplyw emigrantow I tylko na podstawie tego certyfikatu mozna starac sie tu o benefity.
Once you have been working in the United Kingdom legally for 12 months without a break in employment, you will no longer have to register on the Worker Registration Scheme. You can then obtain a residence permit confirming your right to live and work in the United Kingdom.
Poniewaz regulacja jest z 1971 roku wiec w przypadku Polakow i innych panstw, ktore przystapily do EEC w 2004 roku tzw A2/A8 nalezy odniesc sie jeszcze do
Council Directive 2004/38/EC
Od 1 maja 2004 roku uznaje się, że osoby, które mają prawa do stałego pobytu, nie są objęte prawem zwyczajowego pobytu na terenie Wielkiej Brytanii, Irlandii i Wspólnego Obszaru Podróżowania (CTA).
Oznacza to, że jeżeli dana osoba nie posiada prawa pobytu zwyczajowego, określa się ją mianem ‘osoby z zagranicy’ (PFA). W przypadku PFA uważa się, że kwota odnosząca się do uprawnień zasiłkowych wynosi ‘zero’.
Jobseekers (not the A8 nationals and the nationals of Romania and Bulgaria – they can claim jobseekers allowance after they have finished 12 months of registered, or authorized work, respectively), are allowed to claim jobseekers allowance during the first 3 months. However, this does not mean that they cannot be caught by the habitual residence test (see above).
źródła : Corrigendum to Directive 2004/58/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 on the
right of citizens of the Union and their family members to move and reside freely within the territory of the
Member States amending Regulation (EEC) No 1612/68 and repealing Directives 64/221/EEC, 68/360/EEC,
72/194/EEC, 73/148/EEC, 75/34/EEC, 75/35/EEC, 90/364/EEC, 90/365/EEC and 93/96/EEC
REGULATION (EEC) No 1408/71 OF THE COUNCIL of 14 June 1971
Regulation (EC) No 562/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 March 2006
1 Directive 2004/38/EC, Art 16; Immigration (EEA) regs 2006, reg 15(1) and Sch 4(6)