Thousands of Brazilians line up daily at the Cadastro Único (CadÚnico) posts in cities across the country. With the end of Bolsa Família and Emergency Aid, the population seeks information about the government’s social programs and registration to receive benefits.
CadÚnico is the first step for low-income families to have access to assistance programs. Registration is required to receive Brazil Aid, which is expected to start being paid on November 17th. According to the government, Auxílio Brasil will automatically serve beneficiaries already registered with Bolsa Família.
Auxílio Brasil provides for payment of R$ 400 per month for families in poverty and extreme poverty. Information on the registration process can be obtained from city halls or from the Social Assistance Reference Centers (CRAS) in each municipality.
+ Emergency Assistance: 7th installment will have 8 more withdrawals; see calendar
See how to register:
Who can register for CadÚnico?
– Families with monthly income of up to half the minimum wage per person;
– Families with a total monthly income of up to three minimum wages;
– Families with income greater than three minimum wages;
-People who live alone;
– People who live on the streets alone or with their families.
Where to register?
Only in person. It is necessary to check where the Cadastro Único is made in the city. City halls normally use the Social Assistance Reference Center (CRAS) or a single registry office.
The addresses of the CRAS of each municipality are on here.
What documents are needed?
The person who will register the family must be at least 16 years old, have a CPF or Electoral Title, and must preferably be a woman. This person, for the Cadastro Único, is called the Responsible Family.
This person must also present at least one document for each family member, including:
– Birth certificate;
– Wedding certificate;
– ID card
– Work Card
– Voter Title
– Administrative Registry of Indigenous Birth (RANI) – only if the person is indigenous.
Those responsible for indigenous or quilombola families do not need to present their CPF, or Voter’s Title if they do not have one, but must carry another identification document among those listed.
People without documentation or without civil registration can enroll in the Cadastro Único, but they will not be able to access social programs until they have the necessary documentation.
It’s the most important step. The social interviewer, a city official, will ask questions about the reality of the family, such as who is part of the family, household characteristics, expenses, whether there are people with disabilities, educational level of the members, work characteristics and family remuneration and whether it includes indigenous or quilombolas.
Confirmation of registration: assignment of the Social Identification Number (NIS)
When entering family data in the Single Registry System for the first time, the system will check to see if the family members already have a NIS, and if not, they will be assigned a NIS. This process can take up to 48 hours and is intended to ensure that each registered person is unique. Only people who have NIS can participate in social programs.
When the family registers in the Cadastro Único, it undertakes to update the data whenever there is a change in the characteristics of the family or change of address or, at most, every two years. In this case, the citizen himself seeks a CRAS or Cadastro Único post to update his data.
Public authorities can also summon families through letters or phone calls to update the records. Annually, the Federal Government carries out the Cadastral Review action, in which families with outdated data are called in to update their records. If families do not update the data for more than 4 years, the records may be excluded from the Cadastro Único.
Consult the Single Registry data
To find out if the family is registered or not, and if they need to update the registration, a member can check the status of their registration through the application My Single Registry.
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