If you are planning to have a child in Germany, then it’s all good for you as you’ll get a parental maternity allowance courtesy of the German social security system. Maternity allowance in Germany is essential as it compensates for income loss experienced by expectant and nursing mothers. Statutory maternity leave in Germany is between six weeks before childbirth and eight weeks after delivery. The German social security system can, therefore, affect a maternity allowance only during this period.

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