INSS beneficiaries need to update their data URGENTLY: understand why!

The INSS is reformulating the proof of life to make it simpler and less bureaucratic, introducing a system that allows the automation of the process through the integration of biometric data.

The INSS proof of life, a mandatory procedure for retirees, pensioners and other beneficiaries, is undergoing a significant transformation.

The government, seeking to modernize and simplify this process, introduced a new methodology that promises to reduce bureaucracy and make life easier for beneficiaries.

Check out all the details of the new INSS proof of life – Credit: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia /

Everything about the new INSS proof of life

The National Social Security Institute (INSS) is implementing significant changes in proof of life for its beneficiaries, with the aim of simplifying the process and making it less bureaucratic.

Announced by the president of the institution, Alessandro Stefanutto, the changes aim to make life easier for retirees, pensioners and other beneficiaries, saving their time and reducing the need for in-person attendance.

Initially, these changes will be tested in the Federal District, with the proposal to integrate biometric data at public transport bus turnstiles into the INSS database, suggesting the automation of proof of life.

This new system plans to use data crossing from various government sources to perform proof of life, including access to the Meu INSS application.

This modernization promises not only to increase the safety and efficiency of the process, but also to provide greater freedom and flexibility for policyholders.

Still, those who prefer can opt for traditional proof of life, in person at banks or social security agencies, or digitally.

Check out more details of the procedure

INSS proof of life is a mandatory procedure for all beneficiaries of the National Social Security Institute, such as retirees, pensioners and aid recipients.

The purpose of proof of life is to confirm that the beneficiary is alive and, therefore, has the right to continue receiving the benefit.

Proof of life can be done in several ways:

Using the Meu INSS app: Simply download the Meu INSS app on your smartphone, log in and follow the instructions. Proof of life can be done by facial or digital recognition. Via the portal: Access the portal, log in and look for the "Proof of Life" option. Follow the instructions to perform the proof of life using facial recognition. At an INSS agency: You can schedule an appointment to do the proof of life at an INSS agency. To do this, call number 135 or access the INSS website. Through an affiliated bank: Some banks affiliated with the INSS offer the option of taking proof of life at their branches. To find out if your bank offers this option, contact the bank.

What happens if I don’t take the life test?

If the beneficiary does not provide proof of life within the established period, the INSS may suspend payment of the benefit.

To reactivate the benefit, the beneficiary will have to provide proof of life and present a document that proves that he was alive during the period in which the benefit was suspended.

The INSS sends a notice to the beneficiary informing the deadline for carrying out the proof of life. It is important to pay attention to this deadline to prevent the benefit from being suspended.

Choose the way to do the life test that is most convenient for you: The life test can be done in different ways. Choose the way that is most convenient for you.

Have the necessary documents on hand: To provide proof of life, you will need to present an identification document with a photo.

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