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I am to go on holiday on 15th oct and have a place spare which i have asked a friend to fill, he needs to sign on during the week away, will this affect his benefit and what form does he need to ask for, years ago it was just a holiday form but heard things have changed from the early 90s when i last signed. hes a very quite lad and doesnt like enquiring about such. thanks

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If the holiday's in the UK, he needs to fill in a holiday form before he goes - but stress that he would be able to return home if a job were to become available while he's away.

He'd also have to attend his Jobcentre to sign for the day he missed as soon as possible after he gets home - his benefit payment won't go out until he's signed.

 

If it's a holiday abroad, he won't be able to claim benefit while he's not in the country and will have to close his claim before he goes - then reclaim when he gets back.

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