learn how to anticipate benefit approval

Most important points

  • Auxílio Brasil pays R$400 to 18 million beneficiaries;
  • Queue Auxílio Brasil totals more than two million Brazilians;
  • Enrollment in CadÚnico is the gateway to Auxílio Brasil.

O aid to Brazil currently pays the minimum monthly fee of R$400 more than 18 million of vulnerable families. The promise from the federal government through the Ministry of Citizenship is to expand the number of beneficiaries soon.

Auxílio Brasil: learn how to anticipate the approval of your benefit. (Image: Montage/FDR)

A few weeks ago, about 56 thousand Brazilians were included in the program† However, data collected by the National Confederation of Municipalities shows that about 2.78 million vulnerable families still await approval for Auxílio Brasil† Research also shows that 5.3 million with a qualifying profile have been queuing up since April.

The justification of the competent department for not fully serving all those in need and eligible for the aid to Brazil is that the available budget for 2022 is not sufficient to end the waiting list. They were released this year BRL 89 billion that is to be used to fund the program’s tuition through December.

Recently, there has been speculation about the intention of the President of the Republic, Jair Bolsonaro, to aid to Brazil from R$400 in front of R$600† The intent is in fact a campaign strategy aimed at re-election in the 2022 elections.

It is important to explain that, as with emergency aid, the Ministry of Citizenship carries out monthly analyzes on the administration of the aid to Brazil† This makes it possible to determine who actually meets the eligibility criteria of the program.

In this way, those who no longer comply with the rules of the aid to Brazil is excluded from the program. This way, space is opened up for new beneficiaries who are also included through the same analysis. In order to anticipate the approval of the benefit, it is important to pay attention to compliance with the necessary rules and procedures.

Anticipation of aid Brazil

The first step that must be taken to stand a chance of being included in the aid to Brazil and have an active subscription to the Single register (CadÚnico) of the federal government. The registration must be done by the representative of the family group and, if the registration is accepted, a single allowance is released for the whole family.

But as mentioned above, the characteristics of each member of the family group depend on the ability to make the monthly payment of the aid to Brazil

The family wishing to register in CadÚnico must have a monthly income not exceeding half minimum wage per person or three minimum wages as family income. If the family group meets the requested conditions, simply look for the Social Assistance service of the city where you live.

To register for CadÚnico you must:

  • Have a person responsible for the family answer the registration questions. This person must be part of the family, live in the same house and be at least 16 years old.
  • For the head of household, preferably a woman, the CPF or Electoral Title is required.
  • Exception: In the case of a person in charge of Indigenous and Quilombola families, any of the documents below may be presented. It doesn’t have to be the CPF or voter’s title.

It is also essential to submit at least one of the following documents for all family members:

  • Birth certificate;
  • marriage certificate;
  • CPF;
  • Identity Card (RG);
  • Administrative Native Birth Certificate (RANI);
  • work card;
  • Voter title.

It is also necessary to provide proof of current residence (of the last three months) when registering. It could be an energy or water bill.

It is important that the family keeps the data up-to-date in case of any changes. The rule is that a new registration is performed annually based on the date of the first registration.

To keep the data up-to-date, simply submit the same documentation annually or at most every two years. Once the registration is complete, all you need to do is make sure you comply with the exclusive rules of the aid to Brazil and wait for recording.

Who can receive aid in Brazil?

Auxílio Brasil is intended for families in situations of social vulnerability those in their education, pregnant women, children and adolescents† Eligibility is divided into two groups, the first formed by people in a situation of extreme povertywhose household income per capita € 105,-† The second consists of people in a situation of poverty with a family income per head between R$105.01 to R$210

There are three options for receiving the aid to Brazil

  • If you already had Bolsa Família: Auxílio Brasil is paid automatically;
  • If you are on CadÚnico, but did not receive a Bolsa Família: go to the reserve list;
  • If you are not on CadÚnico, you must request a Cras for registration, with no guarantee of receipt.
Laura Alvarenga

Laura Alvarenga holds a degree in journalism from the Centro Universitário do Triângulo in Uberlândia – MG. He started his career in communications consulting, spent a few years working in small local newspapers and is now pursuing a career in online journalism through the FDR portal, researching and producing content on economics, social rights and finance. .

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