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Postby die7 » Mon Aug 11, 2014 12:54 pm

My father in law (Cypriot) died some weeks ago and we can't get exact informations regarding the widow's pension.
Some people told us, there is none anymore?!
The old woman (85) can't do anything herself cause she cannot read and is now very concerned about the future. She has only a pension of 460 E herself and the woman from Vietnam who cared for the two old people for the last years doesn't know if she can stay...... Any help appreciated!
Got so different statements up to now and no real help from authorities.......
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Re: urgent question

Postby Get Real! » Mon Aug 11, 2014 2:26 pm

So much has changed lately. You should go to one of those "Citizen Service Centers" and enquire.


Limassol CSC

21 Spyrou Araouzou Street
3036
Limassol
Tel: 25829129
E-mail: keplimassol@papd.mof.gov.cy


Nicosia CSC

29 Katsonis Street
Ayioi Omoloyites
Nicosia
Tel: 22446686
E-mail: kep@papd.mof.gov.cy


Polis Chrysochous CSC

1 Evagoras Pallikarides Street
8820
Polis Chrysochous
Tel: 26821888
E-mail: keppolis@papd.mof.gov.cy


Pelendri CSC

70 Arch. Makarios the 3rd Street
4878
Pelendri
Tel: 25813400
E-mail: keppelendri@papd.mof.gov.cy


Larnaka CSC

27 Gregori Afxentiou Avenue
6021
Larnaca
Tel: 24815555
E-mail: keplarnaca@papd.mof.gov.cy

Paphos CSC

62, Elefterios Venizelos Avenue
8021
Paphos
Tel: 26 822400
Email: keppafos@papd.mof.gov.cy
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Re: urgent question

Postby die7 » Mon Aug 11, 2014 2:38 pm

That's what my hubby did but got those different statements and the office they sent him to...: ''not my department''.
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Re: urgent question

Postby Get Real! » Mon Aug 11, 2014 3:04 pm

die7 wrote:That's what my hubby did but got those different statements and the office they sent him to...: ''not my department''.

Some years ago when I was in a similar dead end with some other government department (energy related) I got so annoyed that I headed straight for the main department and demanded to talk to the Minister (Kassinis) for personal reasons. After about an hour I did see him and my problem was solved the same day.
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Re: urgent question

Postby CBBB » Mon Aug 11, 2014 3:14 pm

If your father-in-law was recieving a state pension based on contributions he had made to the Social Insurance Fund, your mother-in-law should receive 50% of whatever he was getting plus what she gets now.
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