Starting next Tuesday, February 1, the National Social Security Administration (ANSES) will start crediting the payments corresponding to the second month of the year for holders of two social benefits: the Non-Contributory Pensions (PNC) and the Alimentar Card, now called the Alimentar Program.
According to what was reported by the federal agency, hePayments for these benefits from the ANSES will be held from Tuesday 1 to Friday 11 February, and will respect the order according to the termination of the National Identity Document (DNI) of the holders.
But nevertheless, all collection dates for this month will be modified by the national holiday on Monday, February 28, when the first day of Carnival is celebrated. Let us remember that on Monday and Tuesday of Carnival (28/Feb and 1/Mar), the ANSES doesn’t work.
This is how the payment dates of the PNC were:
- DNI ending in 0 and 1: Tuesday, February 1.
- DNI completed in 2 and 3: Wednesday, February 2.
- DNI completed on 4 and 5: Thursday, February 3.
- DNI completed on 6 and 7: Friday, February 4.
- DNI completed on 8 and 9: Friday, February 4.
Payment dates of the Alimentar Program
Regarding the beneficiaries of the Alimentar Program, the administration directed by Fernanda Raverta reported that their payments will be credited according to the completion of the DNI and on the same dates as the benefits of the PNC. That is, from February 1 to 4, respectively.
While the second week of February, the ANSES will pay the monthly contributions of the Universal Child Allowance (AUH), the Family Child Allowance (AFH), the Universal Pregnancy Allowance (AUE) and the retirement and minimum pensions.