The extraordinary allowance for thet deceased’s spouse is granted if the following conditions are met:
- Pension benificiary was legally married at the time of death
- Both spouses were retirement, disablement or service pension beneficiaries on the day of death
- The allowance has been requested within 12 months from the day of death.
The allowance is granted in acordance with:
- Section 37, Pragraph three of the Law on State Pensions
- Section 13, Paragraph four of Law on Service Pension for Special Ranks Employees of the Ministry of the Interior
- Section 12, Paragraph three of Law on Service Pension for Judges
- Section 13, Paragraph three of Law on Service Pension for Diplomats
- Section 12, Paragraph three of Law on Service Pension for Public Prosecutors
- Section 12, Paragraph three of Law on Service Pension for Employees of Corruption Combating and Preventioin Bureau
- Section 13, Paragraph two of Law on Service Pension for Artists of Professional Orchestras, Concert Organizations and Circus
An application for the allowance, death certificate and marriage certificate should be submitted when applying for the extraordinary allowance for the deceased’s spouse.
The documents may be submitted to any division of SSIA
An identity document should be presented upon request of fthe tallowance,
An allowance of twice the deceased spouse’s pension is granted and paid to the deceased persons spouse
The allowance shall be transferred to the account of credit institution in the Republic of Latvia or in the postal settlement system (PNS) as specified by the client.