lack of update will suspend approximately 15 THOUSAND retirements and pensions

Soon, thousands of beneficiaries could be left without their retirement or pensions for failing to carry out a mandatory procedure. Fortunately, there is a way to reverse this.

Almost 15 thousand retirees and pensioners in a certain state face an urgent warning: their benefits could be suspended as early as next month due to the lack of registration updates.

This measure directly affects those who did not participate in the 2023 social security census and did not regularize their information in 2024.

In other words, if you are INSS (National Social Security Institute) insured and haven’t yet updated, it’s a good idea to take the plunge so as not to run the risk of being left without payment.

Those who do not update their INSS records may be at risk of losing their pensions. Check out. / Credit: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia / pronatec.pro.br

Understand the suspension of pensions

Initially, the Minas Gerais State Servants’ Pension Institute (IPSEMG) identified 14,908 individuals, including 11,835 retirees and 3,073 pensioners, with outdated records.

The list of names has been officially released, and those affected will have their February payment suspended from March.

Regularization opportunity

Despite the worrying scenario, there is still a light at the end of the tunnel. IPSEMG will offer a new chance for these beneficiaries to regularize their situation.

The cadastral census will reopen from March 8th to April 6th, ensuring that payments will resume after the data is updated.

How to participate in the census and guarantee pensions

Furthermore, participating in the census is simple and essential to keep your benefits up to date. Simply access the official IPSEMG website during the stipulated period and follow the instructions to update your registration.

It is a crucial step to ensure continued receipt of social security benefits. This situation highlights the importance of regularly maintaining registration data with social security bodies.

Keeping information up to date not only avoids payment interruptions but also ensures access to all available rights and services. If you or someone you know is on this list, don’t waste time: regularize your situation and guarantee your benefit!

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Proof of Life is also important to maintain retirements

The INSS Proof of Life is an essential procedure to ensure the continuity of retirement payments, pensions and other social security benefits.

In 2024, the INSS called on more than 43 million beneficiaries to provide proof of life, a crucial measure to avoid cuts in benefits.

How to take the Life Test

As of January 2023, the Proof of Life process has undergone significant changes, aiming to simplify the procedure for beneficiaries.

Now, it is no longer necessary to go to the bank to prove your experience. The INSS uses databases from public bodies and private entities to automatically carry out the verification.

However, for approximately 4,351,557 people, this automatic verification could not be completed. If you were born in January, February or March and received a notification, either through the Meu INSS app, central 135, or through your bank, it is essential to act quickly.

Steps for proof

Application or website Meu INSS: one of the most practical ways is to use the application (Android: or iOS: or the website (of Meu INSS) to carry out proof of life; Banking network: another option is to go directly to the bank where you receive your benefit ;INSS Agency: if you prefer, you can go to an INSS agency to provide proof.

In addition, activities such as receiving payments via biometrics, making loans with biometrics, updating the Single Registry (CadÚnico) or, for public servants, carrying out procedures on Gov.br also count as proof of life.

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