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    Are either of them working now? I think in rare cases you can get maternity leave before you have the baby. Other than that, no there is nothing until the baby is born.

    If they are as grown up as you say they are, allow them to work it out.

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    Maybe you're confused with the information that you can claim paid parental leave (if you meet criteria) 12 weeks before bub arrives. However that is just putting claim in, no monies will be paid until after baby is born.

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    Yes you can start your employer MAT leave before you have the baby. That's the only thing I can think of they mean.

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    Not my employer Fleetwood
    We aren't allowed to work past 32 weeks without a med cert, and only to 36 weeks max.
    But can't access our 12 weeks paid mat leave until our employer has a copy of the birth certificate. Pain in backside!

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    I'm not really sure why you would recieve payments to help you get ready for your baby?

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    Unfortunately you can't receive any payments (such as PPL) before bubs is born. Are you maybe mixing up that you can submit the forms prior to having bub?

    I had bub early and even that was a pain in the butt to get before my actual original agreed/due date

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    Maybe you are thinking of being eligible for youth allowance with an exemption for looking for work 6 weeks before your due date?

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    baby bonus used to be like that, you could apply for it before baby was born


 

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