Single Registration

Among the government programs that attract the most attention, the Single Registry is perhaps the one that appears most on the agenda. It became more popular with the arrival of the Coronavirus pandemic, as it was one of the requirements for receiving Emergency Aid.

Also known as CadÚnico, it often appears on the list of prerequisites for Brazilians to have access to the benefits that are offered by the government. In this context, understanding what the Single Registry is is fundamental.

What is the Single Registry?

Single Registration

The Cadastro Único was created in 2001, during the government of Fernando Henrique Cardoso. It was established by Decree No. 3,887 and is still one of the most important government records today.

Its main intention is to map the number of families living in a state of poverty or extreme poverty in Brazil.

For this purpose, relevant information about the family nucleus is collected. The surveys serve as a basis for the creation of registers that point out information about these people.

In addition to the essential information about each member, data are collected regarding the means of transport and situations of the residence. In this way, the vulnerability of family members is also mapped.

Who can apply?

As stated earlier, the main function of the cadastre is to identify families that live in a situation of vulnerability due to states of poverty or extreme poverty. Data are collected by each municipality.

To be part of the Single Registry, therefore, it is necessary to comply with some basic prerequisites. Therefore, you can apply:

  • Families with monthly income of up to half a minimum wage per capita. In 2021 this is equivalent to 550 reais per family member.
  • Families with monthly income of up to 3 minimum wages. In 2021 this is equivalent to 3,300.
  • Families with an income above R $ 3,300, but who participate in government social projects.
  • Homeless people.
  • One-person families (people who live alone).

It is important to note here that all conditions must be proven. The Cadastro Único makes a very careful analysis to ensure that only the group that should be contemplated has access to the program.

How to register

Single Registration

There are different ways to make the Cadastro Único. One of the most frequent is through home visits by qualified professionals who accompany families in a state of vulnerability.

Generally, these visits – carried out by social workers – already include strategies to monitor and ensure the well-being of these people. The Single Registry is one of those means of care.

However, if you meet the conditions mentioned above or if you have a family member who does, you can register on your own. In this case the step by step is as follows:

  • Look for the Reference Center for Social Assistance (Cras) in your municipality;
  • Communicate the need to perform the Single Registry;
  • Answer all questions asked by the attendant;

It is important to highlight that the registration can be done by family members who live in the same house and who are over 16 years old.

Documents:

In order for the Single Registry to be carried out, it is necessary to present a document of each member of the family. See below which documents are accepted in the registration:

  • Birth certificate;
  • Wedding certificate;
  • CPF;
  • Identity card (RG);
  • Administrative indigenous birth certificate (RANI);
  • Work card;
  • Voter title.
  • Proof of residence.

How do I know if I am registered?

Many people have the Single Registry, but do not know it. To save time, you can check through three different channels: phone, application or website.

From the site:

CadÚnico has a specific website where all the information about the program is gathered. You can check by following the step by step:

  • Access the site by clicking here;
  • Fill out the complete form providing all the data;
  • Click on “Issue”.

If you have already registered, this will be displayed on the screen.

Through the app:

The application can also be downloaded on your cell phone and serve as a means of checking your registration.

  • Access the store from your mobile phone and download the app (Android or iOS);
  • Click on “enter” and fill in the access form;
  • The information will be displayed if you have or not the Single Registry.

By phone:

Finally, there is a possibility to do this check over the phone. The number available for this service is:

  • 0800 707 2003

The ura will show you several options. Choose 5 to get the proper care.

This call is free. The opening hours are from 7 am to 7 pm, Monday to Friday and 10 am to 4 pm on weekends and holidays.

Conclusion

The Cadastro Único is extremely important to keep poverty controlled and, ideally, eradicated from the country.

It ensures that government officials and heads of state have access to this essential information about the population and dedicate their efforts to keeping Brazilian citizens properly assisted.

Therefore, we can say that the Cadastro Único is essential and extremely important for the population and the government of the country, functioning as an essential demographic data.

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