Understand WHY thousands of families could lose Bolsa Família in 2024

This year, thousands of families may be at risk of being left without Bolsa Família. However, it is possible to prevent or even reverse the process.

A recent decision by the federal government raised concerns for Bolsa Família beneficiaries. In 2024, a new policy for maintaining and constantly reviewing program registrations could result in the exclusion of thousands of families.

The goal? Ensure that aid only reaches those who really need it, optimizing the distribution of resources. Check out how to avoid this problem below.

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The Government’s fine-tooth comb on Bolsa Família

Since January 2024, the government has intensified the verification of Bolsa Família registrations, cross-checking information with other federal bodies to confirm the accuracy of the data provided.

This measure, although its objective is fairness in the distribution of the benefit, has already resulted in the exclusion of countless families, directly impacting their income and well-being.

What are the Bolsa Família rules?

In short, to qualify, families must have a per capita income of up to R$89.00 (extreme poverty) or between R$89.01 and R$178.00 (poverty), as long as they have children or adolescents of 0 to 17 years old.

In addition, the program requires compliance with health conditions, such as up-to-date vaccinations and prenatal care, and education, such as minimum school attendance.

Who is under the magnifying glass?

Two categories of beneficiaries are being especially monitored: families with outdated registrations and the so-called "single-person families", that is, those made up of just one person.

The review seeks to ensure compliance with the program’s rules, eliminating registrations that do not meet the established criteria.

How to keep your benefit safe

To avoid suspension or exclusion from Bolsa Família, the government advises regularly updating registration data, ideally every two years, or whenever there are significant changes in family composition or income.

If you have any questions or need to update, beneficiaries should look for the nearest CRAS unit.

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Prevention and attention

At this time of transition and adjustments, it is crucial that Bolsa Família beneficiaries keep their data up to date and pay attention to official government communications.

These measures can not only safeguard receipt of the benefit, but also contribute to a fairer and more efficient system of support for families who need it most.

How to register?

To register for Bolsa Família, the family must be registered in the Federal Government’s Single Registry for Social Programs.

First, go to the nearest Social Assistance Reference Center (CRAS), equipped with personal documents from all family members, such as ID, CPF, children’s birth certificate and proof of residence.

After registration, the data will be evaluated to verify whether the family meets the program’s eligibility criteria.

Payment of Bolsa Família in February

Finally, the payment calendar has already begun its distribution. See when you will have access to the values ​​in February:

End of NIS 1 – expected payment on 16/2;End of NIS 2 – expected payment on 19/2;End of NIS 3 – expected payment on 2/20;End of NIS 4 – expected payment on 21/ 2;End of NIS 5 – payment forecast on 2/22;End of NIS 6 – payment forecast on 2/23;End of NIS 7 – payment forecast on 2/26;End of NIS 8 – payment forecast on 2/27; End of NIS 9 – expected payment on 2/28; End of NIS 0 – expected payment on 2/29.

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