All citizens of any nationality that suffer permanent crippling injuries or die as a result of acts of terrorism are entitled to these extraordinary pensions provided that they are not responsible for these acts and that they are not entitled to benefits of the same nature in any public Social Security system.
Formalities: the interested parties should submit an application for an extraordinary pension for acts of terrorism as a victim without entitlement to a pension in any Social Security system accompanied by the documentation required in each case to the General Directorate of Personnel Costs and Public Pensions (Avda. del General Perón, 38, Edificio Master's II - 28020 Madrid).
Amount: Those suffering permanent disabling injury shall be entitled to a pension equal to
three times the Public Revenue Index (Indicador Público de Renta de Efectos Múltiples, IPREM) in force at that time, which, for
2020, amounts in fourteen monthly payments:
1-1-2020 a 1.613,52 euros
Economic effects: first day of the month following the date of the terrorist act, provided that the application for the pension has been submitted within one year as of the act. If the application is submitted after this one-year period has elapsed, the economic effects would be applicable as of the first day of the month after the application.
Beneficiaries: In case of death by acts of terrorism, the following relatives will be beneficiaries:
When the causing subject had died before January 1, 2008, there will also be entitlement to a widow/widower's pension provided that it is applied for in 2008 and the following requirements concur:
Entitlement to a
widow/widower's pension will expire when the beneficiary
marries or enters an
Total: three times the IPREM in force at that time, which, for 2020 .
1-1-2020 a 1.613,52 euros
Where several members of the same family are beneficiaries of an extraordinary pension, the above total will be shared equally among them. Notwithstanding the above, if the beneficiaries are a spouse or cohabiting partner and their children, the pension will be split into two and half shall correspond to the spouse or partner and the other half, to the children.
Economic effects: First day of the month following the date of the death of the causing subject of the pension, provided that the application for the pension has been submitted within one year as of the death.If the application is submitted after this one-year period has elapsed, the economic effects would be applicable as of the first day of the month after the application.