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  • 15 June 2020

    New service to apply for the Minimum Vital Income

    It is now possible to apply for the Minimum Vital Income.

  • 15 June 2020

    New service: Request for Instalment plan for the return of unduly received benefit

    Through this service, persons responsible for paying debt contracted with the Social Security for unduly received benefits with economic difficulties that prevent them from returning the sum within the period indicated in the claim may submit, via Electronic Register, a debt instalment application for the return of unduly receive benefits.

  • 04 June 2020

    Resumption of deadlines. Royal Decree 537/2020, of 22 May

    With effect from 1 June 2020, the calculation of suspended administrative deadlines will be resumed, or will be restarted, if so provided for in a legal regulation approved during the state of alarm and its extensions (art. 9). In addition, with effect from 4 June 2020, the suspension of deadlines for the limitation and expiry of administrative rights and actions will be lifted. (art.10)

  • 03 June 2020

    Resolution of 01 June 2020 relating to the Social Security Electronic Register

    In the section Regulations and Legislation > Regulations on the Electronic Register, the Resolution of 01 June 2020 by the State Secretariat for Social Security is available, modifying the administrative procedures which can be processed using the electronic register of the State Secretariat for Social Security. The Resolution will be effective from 15 June 2020.

  • 29 May 2020

    The Minimum Vital Income application period begins on 15 June 2020

    In order to allow time for interested parties to gather the necessary information and documentation and to avoid loss of rights, applications submitted during the first three months of the benefit shall, if approved, have economic effects from 1 June 2020. Please note that due to the health situation, Social Security Assistance and Information Centres are closed to the public, so as of 15 June 2020 we recommend that you use the Social Security electronic office online services to submit applications.

  • 08 May 2020

    Update of the Duplicate registration document service to NUSS Social Security number query

    The name and description of the “Duplicate registration document” service has been updated “NUSS Social Security number query”. With this service you can consult your Social Security Number-NUSS or Affiliation number-NAF, in addition to viewing, saving or printing a report identifying you as a taxpayer in your relations with the Social Security.

  • 27 April 2020

    Request for a COVID-19 Moratorium or RETA low income base due to pluriactivity

    The low income base due to pluriactivity RETA Request service has been updated. From 1 May, you will also be able to apply for the moratorium anticipated in Royal Decree-Law 11/2020 due to the COVID-19 crisis.

  • 27 April 2020

    Request for a COVID-19 Moratorium or REM low income base due to pluriactivity

    The low income base due to pluriactivity REM Request service has been updated. From 1 May, you will also be able to apply for the moratorium anticipated in Royal Decree-Law 11/2020 due to the COVID-19 crisis.

  • 07 April 2020

    COVID-19. Electronic certificates expired since 14 March

    Due to the exceptional circumstances arising from COVID-19, supported electronic certificates that have expired as of 14 March 2020, the date of entry into force of the state of emergency, may continue to be used for e-Office services. We are gradually making the necessary technical adaptations to make this possible for all the e-Office services. We apologise for any inconvenience while completing this adjustment.

  • 07 April 2020

    SMS access update. You do not need to know your Social Security Number to access.

    Some electronic Social Security services allow access via SMS. Until now, information relating to your Social Security Number was required. In order to facilitate the user's use of electronic services, the requirement to report this information has been eliminated, maintaining identity verification with simple information, DNI or NIE and date of birth, in addition to the introduction of a code sent to the mobile phone number that you have provided to Social Security.

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