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INPS circular no. 32/2023 has clarified that fathers who resign from their job during the protected period after taking compulsory paternity leave are eligible for NASpI. This is in line with the changes made to the Consolidated Law on parenting, which extends to working fathers the current protections already in place for working mothers.
Under Legislative Decree 105/2022, mandatory paternity leave is now 10 days and can be taken from two months before the expected delivery date to five months after the birth. The same decree also prohibits the dismissal of fathers during the mandatory leave and until the child is one year old.
Finally, as clarified in the INPS circular, if you have already resigned and were denied NASpI, you can file an appeal to the competent Institute’s headquarters.
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