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People of State Pension age living abroad UK may be able to claim benefit worth up to £369 a month


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UK State Pension provides essential financial support for people living abroad. This regular payment is available for those who have reached the UK Government’s eligible retirement age and have paid at least 10 years’ worth of National Insurance Contributions.

 

Attendance Allowance is a payment of either £247.40 or £369.60 every month, delivered by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), to help older people with the extra costs of living with a health condition.

 

You may be able to claim the benefit if you live in certain countries within the European Union or the European Economic Area  - you can check the list on GOV.UK.

 

How can I make a claim?

You will need to complete a long claim form when you apply for Attendance Allowance. Full details of how to do this while living abroad can be found on the GOV.UK website.

 

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