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The Mozambican National Institute of Social Security (INSS) expects to carry out the annual proof of life test for 90,000 pensioners between April and June of this year, the institution announced on its website.
“INSS technical brigades will assist pensioners during that time in locations previously indicated in cities and districts,” the message reads.
Failure to satisfy proof-of-life criteria will result in suspension of pension payments.
“For pensioners who, due to their health, are unable to travel to the indicated places, the INSS will provide home visits, for which purpose they must inform the INSS”, the statement adds.
The pensioners’ proof of life is a biometric test based on the INSS’s modernized and computerized services.
In 2018, the INSS suspended the payment of pensions to 9,052 beneficiaries for failing to complete the proof of life tests, which ran from April 26 to July 26.Source: Lusa
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