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Missing Allowance

In case an insured person is a full-time fisherman, aviation or navigation worker, or a mine-worker, and is declared missing as a result of an accident which occurred in the course of fishing, aviation, navigation, or mining as the case may be, his/her beneficiaries may apply for missing allowance.

【Qualification】

  1. In case an insured person is a full-time fisherman, aviation or navigation worker, or a mine-worker, and is declared missing as a result of an accident which occurred in the course of fishing, aviation, navigation, or mining as the case may be, his/her beneficiaries may apply for missing allowance commencing from the date declared as missing-person.
  2. Order of claiming missing allowance is as follows: (1) Spouse and children. (2) Father, mother. (3) Grandfather, grandmother. (4) Grandchildren. (5) Brother(s) and Sister(s). The above mentioned grandchildren, brother(s), and sister(s) are limited to dependents of the insured person. Non-dependent may not claim missing allowance.


【Claim Standard】
A missing allowance equivalent to 70% of the average monthly insurance salary of the past six months shall be payable at the end of every 3-month period commencing from the day the insured person is declared missing in the census registry until the day prior to (1) his return alive, (2) the expiration of one year after he was declared missing, or (3) he is declared dead by the law, whichever happens first.



【Documents Required】

  1. Application form for missing allowance and receipt of benefits payment.
  2. The transcript of household registration of the whole family of the insured and the present transcript of household registration of beneficiaries with the date of disappearance listed (1 copy is required if the insured and the beneficiaries are registered in the same household).
  3. Disaster report or other disaster certificate (exempted for those without a certificate).


【Note】

  1. A claim for missing allowance shall be extinguished if not filed within two years from the day on which the benefits become payable (at the end of three months).
  2. An insured person who had been declared missing for 1 year should apply for a declaration of death from the court before applying for survivor benefits payment. If it was declared by the court to be an ordinary missing case, a written court decision shall be obtained to continue applying for missing allowance until 7 full years.


【Form Downloading】
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Last Update:2018-11-16
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