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How to fill out the Jobseeker’s Allowance or Benefit form (UP 1)

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In Ireland, unemployed people are entitled to receive money from the government, to help them support themselves while they look for work. There are two main types of unemployment payments: Jobseeker’s Benefit and Jobseeker’s Allowance. Find out more.

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Page 1 Annotation 1: Cohabitant means a partner that you live with but are not married to.

Page 1 Annotation 2: You can find your PPS number by contacting your INTREO office or local social welfare office.

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Published November 17th, 2016
Last updated December 1st, 2016
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