A woman who lived previously at Gothenburg will repay more than 400,000 kronor to the Swedish Social Insurance Agency. That is when she had spent a long time on Welfare child support, maintenance support, supplementary allowance and parental allowance – even though she and her seven children did not even live in Sweden.
By – Brünnhilde
It’s a 30-year-old Muslim woman who is the mother of seven children who now have to pay back more than 400,000 kronor to the Social Insurance Fund.
She had taken a series of welfare contributions even though she was not entitled to it.
The woman received child support, maintenance support, multiple child allowance and parental allowance.
But when the Swedish Social Insurance Fund initiated an investigation, they discovered that the family had left Sweden, and the children went to school in the other country.
The woman should not even have been registered in Swedish social insurance, the Social Insurance Fund means, because her plan was never to stay permanently in Sweden with her children.
However, she received the contributions.
Tthe money has been paid for “long periods” while the family did not live in Sweden, and now the Social Insurance Fund requires them back. If the woman can pay back the sum is unclear.
Read more: Published 2017/09/21