Do you know all the benefits of CadÚnico? Find out which ones you are entitled to

CadÚnico is a registry that provides access to various government social benefits. See what they are and how to sign up!

Did you know that the Single Registry (CadÚnico) is your gateway to a series of social benefits offered by the government? Many people are enrolled in the registry, but not all are aware of or take full advantage of the programs available.

This way, if you are someone who needs specific assistance benefits, see which ones are available and find out how to sign up to receive them.

CadÚnico is a registry that serves people throughout Brazil. See what benefits it has! / Credit: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia / pronatec.pro.br

Who can sign up for CadÚnico?

Firstly, CadÚnico rules are designed to identify low-income families that can benefit from government social programs.

To be eligible, the family must have a monthly income per person of up to half the minimum wage or a total family income of up to three minimum wages.

CadÚnico also serves specific groups, such as homeless people, indigenous people, quilombolas, among others, regardless of income.

Importance of updating data

It is important that the information is updated every two years or whenever there are significant changes in the family’s conditions, such as changes in family composition, address or income.

Furthermore, the veracity of the information is crucial, as incorrect data can lead to exclusion from registration and loss of benefits.

What benefits does CadÚnico have?

If you’re not yet aware of all the benefits available through CadÚnico and how to register, it’s time to find out. In principle, CadÚnico is essential to access programs such as:

Bolsa Família: income transfer program for families in poverty and extreme poverty; Social Electricity Tariff: discounts on electricity bills for low-income families; BPC (Continuous Payment Benefit): assistance for seniors over 65 years of age and people with disabilities of any age with a per capita family income of less than 1/4 of the minimum wage; Minha Casa Minha Vida: facilitates access to owning a home for low-income families; Elderly Card: guarantees elderly people over 60 years of age, with an income of less than 2 minimum wages, access to free or discounted interstate tickets; Fee Exemption: for Enem and competitions, aimed at low-income students; Social Water Tariff: discounts on the water bill for low-income families; Gas Aid: subsidy for the purchase of cooking gas for families registered with CadÚnico.

In addition to the financial benefits, CadÚnico is also a criterion for educational and health programs, which aim to improve the quality of life of registered families.

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Your data must be up to date

Now, to ensure continuous access and eligibility for benefits, it is crucial to keep your information up to date on CadÚnico.

In other words, when there are changes in family composition, address or income, there are also influences on your eligibility.

How to register with CadÚnico?

To register with CadÚnico, you must look for the Social Assistance Reference Center (CRAS) closest to your residence.

It is important to take personal documents from all family members, such as CPF, voter registration card, ID, birth or marriage certificate, proof of residence and income, and proof of school enrollment for children and young people up to 17 years old.

Registering with CadÚnico is essential for low-income families to have access to these and other social programs, which can provide significant improvements in their quality of life.

Therefore, if you or someone you know fits the profile to be a beneficiary, be sure to register and guarantee access to these important benefits.

So, are you ready to explore all the benefits that CadÚnico has to offer? Share your experiences and questions about the Single Registry.

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