Registration for pensions for people with disabilities in Edomex begins this Monday

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In the State of Mexico, from October 2 to 31, universal registration for the pension for the well-being of people with disabilities will begin who are between 30 and 64 years old, reported Ariadna Montiel Reyes, Secretary of Welfare.

He added that currently The pension amounts to two thousand 950 pesos every two months. And in the Mexican entity The list of beneficiaries is 93 thousand people with disabilitiesto which 155 thousand more will be added, thanks to the agreement that was signed with the federal government on September 29.

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The official maintained that “thanks to the policy of austerity and the fight against corruption, the pension currently serves 1.2 million people with disabilities in the country.

The pension for the well-being of people with disabilities is a constitutional right, primarily for girls, boys and young people, and is delivered directly and without intermediaries.”

Documentation to request the pension

To open the registry Wellbeing Modules will be available in the 125 municipalities of the Mexico state.

The documents that must be presented are:

  • Valid official identification.
  • CURP recently printed.
  • Legible birth certificate.
  • Proof of address no older than six months.
  • Disability certificate issued by a public health institution.
  • Cell phone number to follow up on the process.

In the event that the person with a disability cannot attend the Wellbeing Module, a family member or assistant can bring the documentation required to start the process and schedule a home visit. Subsequently, identified personnel from the Ministry of Welfare will visit the applicant's home to complete the process.

The pension can also be requested through the website of the Ministry of Welfare or by calling Wellness line 800 639 42 64.



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