Those enrolled in the Single Registry (CadÚnico) may be entitled to various assistance benefits from the Federal Government. In November, more than 21 million Brazilians receive an additional R$ 200 reais in aid, see how to guarantee yours.
Following what was defined by the Kamikaze PEC, approved in July, Auxílio Brasil is transferring the fourth installment of the benefit with an additional R$ 200 on top of the base value of R$ 400, reaching a total of R$ 600. The additional amount will be paid until the month of December, when the provisional additional payment expires.
In November, beneficiaries began receiving the amount on the 17th, with the calendar ending on the 30th. Every working day, a new group, separated according to the final digit of the Social Identification Number (NIS), receives the value in the Caixa Tem account.
Benefits of CadÚnico
CadÚnico is a requirement for most of the government’s assistance benefits, that is, enrollment in the Cadastro Único can already guarantee entry into these aids if it fits the other requirements. Check out some of the programs that use CadÚnico:
- Elderly Card;
- Fomento – Program for Fostering Rural Productive Activities;
- Youth ID;
- Exemption from Fees in Public Tenders;
- Gas Aid;
- Free Pass for people with disabilities;
- Brazil Aid Program;
- Green and Yellow House Program;
- Cistern Program;
- Pro Young Teenager;
- Electric Energy Social Tariff Program;
- Popular Phone.
Auxílio Gás, for example, normally offers 50% of the average value of a 13 kg bottle of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). With the Kamikaze PEC, the program began to pay the full amount of cooking gas, making, in August, October and December, the payment of R$ 112 to more than 2.7 million beneficiaries.
How to enroll in CadÚnico
The Single Registration can be done at one of the CadÚnico service points in the city halls or at the Social Assistance Reference Centers (CRAS). For this it is necessary:
- Have a monthly family income of up to half a minimum wage per capita (R$ 550);
- Have a monthly family income of up to three minimum wages (R$ 3,300);
- Have a family income greater than three minimum wages, provided that registration is linked to inclusion in social programs in the three spheres of government;
- Living alone – constitute the so-called single-person families;
- Living on the street — alone or with family.
When attending a service point, the person responsible for the family must present the documents of all members. By registering, the citizen undertakes to update the register whenever there are changes in the family situation or, at least, every two years.