Delivery of Welfare Cards to people with disabilities will be at the Monument to the Revolution

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If you are entitled to the Pension for People with Disabilities from the Ministry of Welfare, you reside in Mexico City and you do not yet have your Welfare Card, Go for her to the module located in the Monument to the RevolutionRemember that only the amount of your pension is deposited through this means.

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The Secretary of Welfare, Ariadna Montiel reported that The module will be open from Monday to Saturday from 10 in the morning to 4 in the afternoon and you must come with your complete file to be able to collect your card.

The documents you must present are:

  • Valid official identification with photograph.
  • Birth certificate.
  • Proof of address.
  • Recently printed curp.
  • Contact number.

If you cannot attend, the auxiliary person may do so by presenting the same documents to request a home visit and it will be staff from the Welfare Secretariat who comes to the home to personally deliver the card.

If you need more information, go to the page and click on the “Laggard Module” section, you just need to have your curp on hand.

The Pension for the Welfare of People with Disabilities is a Federal Government program that provides extra monetary income in the homes of people with a qualifying illness. The beneficiaries of this program receive financial support of 2,950 pesos every two months.



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