Find out here how to update the Single Registry and take advantage of the benefits of the Youth Identity.
What this article covers:
What must be done to update CadÚnico?
In order to update the Cadastro Único, a tool used by the federal government to find out about the socioeconomic reality of its population, it is necessary to keep updating the data presented in the system. It must be updated in case of:
- Birth and/or death in the family;
- Change of family address;
- Family city change;
- A member of the family has started to live elsewhere;
- Entry and/or change of family children at school;
- One person in the family started earning more or less money;
It is necessary to present personal documentation for the update request of the data present in the system, a process recommended to be done in the period of time every two years.
If you are not registered in the Cadastro Único, you must present the following personal documents in your name and that of the people present in your family, such as:
- Voter title;
- Work Card;
- Birth certificate;
- Proof of address;
Who is the person who can have the Youth Identity?
The Youth Identity is intended for people enrolled in the Single Registry in the age group between 15 and 29 years old with a family income equivalent to up to two minimum wages.
What do I need to do to get the Youth Identity?
For those interested in obtaining the Youth Identity, access must be made through the application of Young ID, intended for cell phones and computers, with the Social Identification Number (NIS). If you do not know your NIS, you can consult your registered data in the Meu CadÚnico application.
Then, the requested data must be informed for your request to be analyzed by the ID Jovem system. Once the Youth ID application has been issued, you have 180 days to use the virtual document for half price at artistic, cultural and sports events. After 180 days, you can issue a new Youth Identity card through the program system.
It was presented how to update the Single Registry, as well as who is entitled to apply for the Youth Identity and its benefits.