The beneficiaries of the emergency aid, whose installments of R $ 300 were suspended and do not agree with the justification for the cancellation, can contest the result until November 2, through the Dataprev website.
Currently, the contest is only available to beneficiaries not registered with Bolsa Família. For Bolsa Família beneficiaries, the rules must still be disclosed.
After the re-analysis of the beneficiary’s data, if the challenge is approved, the emergency aid will be repaid in the month following the request.
Provisional Measure nº1000, responsible for the extension of the benefit installments, determines that the reevaluation of formal employment criteria, receipt of social security or social security benefits, and death of the beneficiary must be carried out every month.
If irregularities are identified by the Ministry of Citizenship, the benefit is automatically suspended.
“We are working to have maximum effectiveness in the payment of the aid and the extension of the aid and we are being recognized worldwide for this. Every month, reviews are made with the crossing of data from the Federal Government, so that the money reaches those who really need it ”, said the Minister of Citizenship, Onyx Lorenzoni.
Aid extended until December
President Jair Bolsonaro announced the extension of emergency aid for four months in the amount of R $ 300. The extension of the aid was made official through a provisional measure and will have to be approved by deputies and senators in the National Congress.
“It is not often enough for all needs, but it basically does it. The amount just defined is just over 50% of the Bolsa Família value. So, we decided here, even taking into account the economy over fiscal responsibility, to set it at R $ 300 ”, said Bolsonaro.
This year, the Executive deposited five installments of R $ 600 for aid beneficiaries, aiming to help Brazilians low income, informal workers, my, self-employed and unemployed.
President Jair Bolsonaro had already informed about reducing the value benefit and argues that if the light it may seem little to Brazilians affected by the pandemic, “it is a lot for those who pay, in this case, Brazil”.
According to calculations made by the economic team, The monthly cost of benefit was R $ 50 billion per month during the first phase of the program.