Enem of the competitions will have the registration fee waived for just one week; check the criteria

Find out how to obtain an exemption from the "Enem dos Concursos" registration fee and save money on your journey towards a public career. Check the criteria and dates now!

The Unified National Public Competition (CNU), popularly known as "Enem dos Concursos", is about to open its registrations for the 2024 edition.

News that may bring relief to many candidates is the opportunity to request an exemption from the registration fee, but there is an important detail: this exemption period will be limited to just one week.

In this article, we will detail the criteria for obtaining the exemption and the crucial dates that applicants should mark on their calendars.

Discover the criteria for exemption from the ‘Enem dos Concursos’ registration fee and guarantee your participation at no extra cost. (Credit: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia / pronatec.pro.br).

Registration period and fees for "Enem dos Concursos"

Registration for the Unified National Public Competition will take place from January 19th to February 9th, but it is crucial to highlight that, for those who wish to request an exemption from the registration fee, the period will be shorter. From January 19th to 26th, eligible candidates must access the Unified National Public Competition page and follow the application process.

Registration fees vary according to the level of vacancies desired. For mid-level candidates, the value is R$60, while higher-level candidates will pay R$90. Therefore, ensuring the exemption can represent significant savings for those aspiring to public positions.

Criteria for exemption from "Enem dos Concursos"

The application fee waiver is a valuable opportunity for those who meet certain established criteria. The following groups are eligible to request the exemption:

Registered in the Single Registry for Social Programs (CadÚnico): It is necessary to provide the Social Identification Number (NIS) and declare that you are a member of a low-income family, with a monthly family income per person equal to or less than half the minimum wage (currently R$ 706).Bone marrow donors: They must present legible documents that prove their status as a donor.Scholarship holders or former scholarship holders of the University for All Program (ProUni): They must select the option corresponding to their modality during the registration process.People who are studying or attended colleges financed by the Higher Education Student Financing Fund (Fies): They must indicate the relevant modality during registration.

Procedures and results

Candidates who wish to be exempt from the "Enem dos Concursos" must pay attention to the process. It is necessary to present supporting documents in PDF, PNG or JPG format, with a maximum size of 2 megabytes. It is important to remember that documents sent by post, electronic mail or delivered on the day of the exam will not be accepted.

The analysis of exemption requests is the responsibility of Fundação Cesgranrio, responsible for the competition, in collaboration with the managing bodies of CadÚnico, ProUni and Fies to verify the veracity of the information provided by candidates. The preliminary result of the analysis will be released on January 29th, with the possibility of contesting until January 30th, in case of a rejected request.

The final result of the analysis, after objections, will be available on February 6, in the Candidate Area. Those whose requests are rejected will be able to pay the fee by the due date.

Registration and payment

Interested parties can register through the Gov.br platform. After the request, the candidate will receive the Federal Collection Slip (GRU Cobrança). The participant must make the payment at bank branches, lottery outlets and at the Post Office, by the due date. Payment by PIX is also a convenient option.

It is essential that candidates only make payment after understanding all the requirements and conditions of the competition. This is because there is no refund of the registration fee, except in cases of cancellation of the event or logistical problems during the tests.

Finally, it is important to highlight that the transfer of the amount paid to third parties or other competitions is not permitted, guaranteeing the integrity of the registration process.

Return in case of logistical problems

In exceptional situations, such as natural disasters that compromise the infrastructure of the test site or lack of electricity that affects the visibility of the test due to the lack of natural light, affected candidates can request a refund of the registration fee within five days useful after the date of administration of the tests. The Cesgranrio Foundation will analyze these requests individually.

In summary, the exemption from the registration fee for the Unified National Public Competition offers a valuable opportunity for different groups of candidates, but it is important to follow the established criteria and strictly comply with the deadlines. Make sure you are well informed and prepared for your application and selection process. Pay attention to the dates and procedures to guarantee your participation in this important event in the public tenders scenario in Brazil.

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