INSS warns about SUSPENSION of benefits; see how not to LOSE your retirement!

Those who do not carry out the procedures as ordered by the INSS may end up losing their income benefits.

On the eve of Carnival, great news arrives for the more than 39 million retirees of the National Social Security Institute (INSS) in Brazil.

The anxiety generated by the possibility of suspension of benefits due to proof of life was dispelled by an official statement from the INSS, bringing relief and tranquility to everyone. Check out!

If INSS beneficiaries do not carry out proof of life, they may end up without pensions. Check out! / Credit: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia /

Will INSS suspend beneficiaries?

Retirees’ concerns grew with warnings about the need to carry out proof of life, a procedure that, until then, was essential for continued receipt of benefits.

However, the INSS assured that, thanks to a new approach, the suspension of benefits due to failure to carry out proof of life will no longer be a concern.

New proof of life procedure

The INSS adopted a new methodology for proving the lives of its policyholders. Now, the verification will be carried out internally by the institute itself, through data crossing.

If there are discrepancies, policyholders will be informed and an active search will be carried out to confirm their situations. Therefore, it is no longer necessary to go to a bank or INSS branch to carry out proof of life.

What do you need to know

No need to travel: INSS beneficiaries no longer need to go to agencies to provide proof of life; Security of benefits: payments will continue to be made regularly, without interruptions, while the new proof of life process is underway; Attention to communicated: even receiving notices, beneficiaries must wait for the visit of an INSS agent for the necessary verification; Suspension of the benefit: the suspension will only occur if, after all stages of the new proof of life process, the retiree is not located or confirmed alive.

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What will serve as proof of life?

As established by the new regulations, the following activities will be accepted as proof of life:

Contracting of payroll loans validated by biometric identification; Use of the Meu INSS application or access to certification systems of government bodies with entry control; Attendance at INSS agencies for face-to-face services; Biometric authentication in entities associated with the INSS; Medical evaluation, whether in person or via telemedicine;Vaccination services or consultations in public or partner health units;Procedures for updating registration in traffic or security departments;Withdrawals of benefits through biometric authentication;Participation in electoral processes;Processes for issuing or renewing documents such as passports , CNH, ID or work card;Completing military enlistment;Submission of Income Tax Declaration, whether as main taxpayer or dependent;And other official activities that require the physical presence or biometric authentication of the individual.

Once the beneficiary performs one of these actions, the INSS will verify the information in its database to validate proof of life.

Positive impact for INSS retirees

This change is a big step towards simplifying the lives of retirees by eliminating the worry and stress associated with the annual life test.

With the guarantee that benefits will continue to be received without interruption, retirees can enjoy greater peace of mind and focus on enjoying life with greater peace of mind and security.

INSS’s new policy of carrying out proof of life internally is a welcome change, reflecting an ongoing effort to improve beneficiaries’ experience and ensure that the vital financial support they rely on continues uninterrupted.

Now, more than ever, it is important that retirees keep their information up to date and pay attention to INSS communications, ensuring that their rights and benefits are preserved.

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