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    • Carer’s Allowance, (you may get a single status pass only, if you are under age 66),

    • a social security invalidity payment, or a similar payment, for at least 12 months, from a country covered by EC Regulations, or from a country with which Ireland has a Bilateral Social Security Agreement. See page 6 for details. or

  • You are a specified carer for a person getting Constant Attendance Allowance or Prescribed Relatives Allowance from this Department (you may get a single status pass only, if you are under age 66), or

  • You are blind or severely visually impaired and you satisfy the medical conditions for the Blind Pension, or

  • You are a widow, widower or surviving civil partner aged 60 to 65 inclusive and your late spouse or civil partner held a Free Travel Pass and at the time of their death, you were permanently living together. In this case, you must be getting one of the following payments:

    • Widow’s, Widower’s or Surviving Civil Partner’s Contributory Pension,

    • Widow’s, Widower’s or Surviving Civil Partner’s Non-Contributory Pension,

    • One-Parent Family Payment,

    • Widow's, Widower's or Surviving Civil Partner’s Pension under the Occupational Injuries Benefits Scheme,

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