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Husband or wife
Ex-husband or ex-wife
Children (biological, adopted, step or foster) under the age of 21
Children (biological, adopted, step or foster), over the age of 21
If the child is a student and not yet 28 years old, we need:
If the child is totally dependent due to mental or physical disability, we need:
If the child is neither a student nor disabled, we need:
Parents, parents-in-law, grandparents and grandparents-in-law
Grandchildren and great grandchildren
They may be registered as dependants:
Siblings (brothers or sisters), half-siblings, step-siblings and siblings-in-law
Nephews and nieces (including in-laws)
Registering your newborn in time is very important!
You must send a completed newborn registration form and a certified copy of the birth certificate to the Scheme within 60 days
from the birth of your child. If your newborn's surname is different from yours, you must provide the Scheme with an affidavit confirming that the child is yours.
Contributions for your child will be due from the first day of the month after the month in which he/she was born if you register your child within 60 days from the birth date. If you do not register your newborn in time, we will not be able to register your child as a dependant on the Scheme from the date of their birth. This means that we will not cover any expenses related to your newborn's birth and you will have to pay these costs out of your own pocket
Yearly review of dependants:
Every year, the Scheme reviews whether dependants still qualify to receive benefits according to the Scheme Rules.
Each year, principal members must give us proof of financial dependency for all dependants over the age of 21.
Disabled dependants and dependants (parents, parents in law, partners) who are over 65 years (pensioners) only need to give supporting documents to the Scheme once.
The table below gives more details about full-time students qualifying to be dependants:
|Student's age||Rates to be paid||Review period|
|Under 21 years old|
You pay child rates as long as
|Two months before the |
birth month of the dependant
|21 years and older but under 28|
and a full-time student
|You pay child rates as long as|
you have handed in all relevant documents:
Proof of study at a regcognised tertiary
institution to show that student is studying
on a full-time basis.
If not a student, but financially dependent on the
member, the child may continue as a dependant
(at adult rates)provided all relevant documents
|Documents must be provided before|
the end of March every year. The period
under review will be April to March of the
Why it is important to provide the required documents in time:
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