Having received a residence permit in Spain, you should not count on social benefits.
Potential immigrants who are thinking about obtaining a residence permit in Spain need to be kept in mind: it is not worth counting on the support of the state here. For various kinds of social benefits and assistance to low-income families in Spain, only 1.3% of GDP is spent, while the average European rate is 2.2%, and in some countries it is much higher. This information was recently published by the Spanish Institute for Family Policy. According to him, the level of welfare of most families of the kingdom at the moment is such that they do not need to count on financial assistance from the state.
Limits established in Spain for social benefits are very high, and these strict requirements are met only by one out of every ten families. However, one should not assume that this state of affairs is extremely negative. Experts say that thanks to this almost no immigrants come to Spain, who do not plan to work, but simply live safely on social benefits. They prefer to go to more loyal in this respect other European countries.
At the same time, the lack of assistance from the state represents a problem in certain areas of the kingdom’s life. Thus, the Institute report notes the facts of discrimination in workplaces of pregnant women. The lack of social support for families is one of the factors affecting the reduction in the number of marriages concluded in the kingdom. According to the specialists of the Institute, the creation of a new ministry aimed at helping those Spanish families, which it really needs, could help solve the existing problems.
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