In the midst of the economic and health crisis that the country is going through in the context of the coronavirus pandemic, the Government has been carrying out a series of economic measures to assist all affected sectors, but mainly the most vulnerable, who will collect an Emergency Family Income (IFE) in mid-April and whose payment so far has only been made to the beneficiaries of the Universal Child Allowance (AUH) and the Universal Pregnancy Allowance (AUE).
The first thing to know is that This Saturday it will be known who collects the benefit of the $ 10,000 who will pay the National Social Security Administration (Anses) in the middle of the month as a palliative to contain economic difficulties in the sectors most vulnerable to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The agency projected a universe of 3.6 million people qualified to apply for Emergency Family Income (IFE). However, more than 11 million people registered to access the benefit. In this framework, the second thing to keep in mind is that This Friday it will be the turn of those people whose document ends at 8 and 9, to verify if the bond was assigned. It should be remembered that from Monday until yesterday all those with a DNI ending in 0, 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 could do it.
In this sense, the organism that leads Alejandro Vanoli These days he works in the data crossing to determine who among the more than 11 million people who pre-registered and will have the right to receive it.
Thirdly, it is necessary to know that in the event that the application has been rejected due to non-compliance with certain requirements or as a result of the cross-linking of data, the page of the pension body allows to know the reasons and even initiate a claim.
The fourth point to keep in mind is that in order to check if a person is benefiting from the Anses bonus, You must enter the application “Emergency Family Income” from the agency’s website (https://anses.gob.ar/ingreso-familiar-de-emergencia) so that the system informs if the order was approved or rejected.
Sixth, it is necessary to know that it is going to a second stage of “Registration, Request and Validation of Data” to complete a series of extra personal data, upload contact information and, if you have it, a Uniform Bank Code (CBU) that identifies the bank account in which you want to receive the deposit. And if you do not have it, you must choose alternative payment methods such as virtual wallets.
The seventh point to consider is that in the case of a rejection, it is usual for the system to report the reasons for the denial of the benefit. A possible case is that the person has declared income above the established limit or that does not meet other program requirements.
The eighth question to consider in the following: If the system throws a message that says “your request is being analyzed”, it means that both Anses and the AFIP have the request under observation. Data crossings that observe an equity not compatible with the IFE is sufficient reason to deny the benefit.
In ninth place, Please note that the $ 10,000 bonus is assigned per family and not per individual. This means that if two people who lived together in the past and are in different homes today ask for the subsidy, there may be a conflict that rejects the application. Not having the updated DNI can be an obstacle when it comes to charging.
Finally, it is important to know how to collect the bonus if you do not have a bank account. One possibility is the “Cash Point” system of the Link ATM network, which allows you to withdraw money without using a debit card. Another way to get the bonus is through the branch network of Correo Argentino. Otherwise, there is another way of collection that is through virtual wallets.
We must not lose sight of the fact that the bonus of $ 10,000 corresponds to all those informal workers; workers in private homes; social monotributistas and monotributistas of categories A and B.
Likewise, it is necessary to be an Argentine native or naturalized and resident with a legal residence in the country of not less than 2 years and be between 18 and 65 years of age.