In order to make a challenge, the worker must first verify that he has been denied the benefit.
This can be done on the website of Dataprev, the state company responsible for processing orders – click here to access. The beneficiary must inform the CPF, full name, mother’s name and date of birth.
Consultations can also be made through Caixa channels: through auxilio.caixa.gov.br or by calling 111.
The challenge can only be made through the Dataprev website: https: //consultaauxilio.cidadania.gov.b, using the same path to check the status of the benefit.
For those who have been denied the benefit – and it fits in one of the situations that allow the dispute (see how to consult the list below) -, the page will bring an icon “Request dispute”, informing the reason for the denial.
After clicking on this button, a question will be asked if the beneficiary really wants to present the challenge and, when it confirms, the challenge will be sent for evaluation by Dataprev.
Only workers who had their right to aid granted in December last year are eligible for the new round of payments. Dataprev analyzed, among these beneficiaries, who fits this year’s rules. So, those who were not entitled in December did not have their registration analyzed, and will not be able to appeal.
The Ministry of Citizenship has listed the reasons that can be contested and what should be done. See here what are the reasons and what to do in each case.
The beneficiary may also contest if he receives one or more installments and his payment is canceled during the monthly revaluations.
The new round of Emergency Aid begins to be paid on April 6, as a rescue measure for the most vulnerable at a time of worsening of the coronavirus pandemic.
The benefit will be returned in four installments, with specific amounts depending on the profile of the recipient. The average value of this round is R $ 250, but it can vary from R $ 150 to R $ 375 depending on the composition of each family.
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