If you have to finance your studies and take care of a child at the same time!Due to pregnancy and taking care of a child, course assessments can be delayed and studies can be prolonged. In this situation, there are special regulations for BAföG. The childcare allowance will be increased from 1 August 2019. Students who live with their children under the age of 14 in a common household will receive € 140.00 per month. If there are delays in the upbringing of children, BAföG funding is possible beyond the standard period of study. This information can be found online at www.bafoeg.bmbf.de.
Because of pregnancy and child-rearing, the university is entitled to grant you an exeat semester (semester of leave). In principle you must apply for an exeat within the re-registration period for the following semester. You can apply for an exeat usually for a maximum of two consecutive semesters. Please note that students who have been granted an exeat are not entitled to attend classes. During the exeat semester you have the right to take exams which are not part of a course. Exeat semesters are counted as full university semesters. For more information you should ask your university directly!
Students receive parental allowance in the amount of 300 Euro for at least 12 months. You can check at the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth on the latest state of the parental allowance: www.bmfsfj.de
In Baden-Württemberg, parents whose children were born from January 1st, 2007 to September 30th, 2012 can receive income-dependent state childcare allowance following the federal parental allowance.At a meeting on September 25, 2012, the Council of Ministers decided to end entitlement to state child-raising allowance in Baden-Württemberg for births / adoptions from October 1, 2012. L-Bank | Hotline Familienförderung Phone: 0800 6645 471 Fax: 0721 150-3191 Mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgOpening hours Monday to Friday 8.00 bis 16.30Tip: Write your application number in your E-Mail, if available. The processing will be faster.
You will receive child allowance for your children until the age of 18 (or age 25, if the child is studying or in a professional training). Depending on the number of children, you will receive 204 Euro per month for the first and second child, 210 Euro per month for the third and 235 Euro for the fourth (Status: July 2019). In general, the payment will be made by the Family Benefits Office of the Employment Agencies (responsible for paying child allowance - Familienkasse) and to the person who has custody of the child (e.g. single parents). The authorities responsible for Karlsruhe:Employment Agency – Family Benefits Office Kriegsstraße 100 76133 Karlsruhe email@example.com www.arbeitsagentur.deEmployment Agency Familienkasse Pforzheim Bahnhofstr. 37 72202 Nagold www.arbeitsagentur.de