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One-time assistance of 150 euros for Ukrainians in Italy: how to get it

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One-time assistance of 150 euros for Ukrainians in Italy: how to get it

Refugees from Ukraine who have found refuge in Italy can count on receiving a one-time benefit in the amount of 150 euros. Learn more about who can count on payment and how to apply

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Ukrainians in Italy can apply for one-time financial assistance in the amount of 150 euros. This is a lump sum payment given to people on low incomes.


Who can count on a one-time payment?


Financial assistance of €150 can be received by those whose income does not exceed €20,000 per year for the 2021 tax period.


Coordinated and permanent employees, researchers, graduate students with scholarships, seasonal workers, intermittent workers and entertainment workers who meet the requirements specified in INPS Circular No. 127 of November 16, 2022, can apply for the payment.


Payments must be made by January 31, 2023.


Please note that seasonal workers can only apply if they did not receive the €150 benefit in November 2022.


How to apply?


You can apply through the 150 euro online service - Domanda.

You need to be authorized on the site using your tax code or one of Italy's electronic verification systems.


After authenticating with your credentials, you will need to select the category you are going to apply for from the given details.


You can also submit an application through the contact center by calling 803 164 from a landline or 06 164164 from a mobile phone.


We will remind you! Earlier, we wrote that the German government has increased financial aid for unemployment to refugees from Ukraine. Find out what amount will be paid starting next month by following the link.

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