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Inclusion allowance, payments begin. What to do in case of rejected applications

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Inclusion allowance, payments begin.  What to do in case of rejected applications

Payments for the Inclusion Allowance begin. In cases, however, in which the application has been rejected, the family requesting the measure “can present a reasoned request for review to the INPS office, territorially competent, within 30 days from the date on which it received communication of the outcome, or lodge an appeal judicial”. The INPS writes this in a message which explains that in the ADI procedure, accessible from the Institute’s institutional portal, “the status of the application can be consulted and, in the case of rejection, the related reason”. From next February 27th the details of the individual reasons for rejection will also be available. When ADI applications require additional investigation, they are placed in the “evidence” or “suspension” state. In particular, “applications whose ISEE certification presents omissions and/or discrepancies, following the automated checks carried out by the Revenue Agency”, are placed in “evidence” status and can be managed by the territorial structures, explains the INPS.

INPS indications
The INPS gives indications in cases where the application for the Inclusion Allowance (Adi) is not accepted because it requires a supplementary investigation. In this case they are placed in the state of “evidence” or “suspension”. If the missing documents are sent within 60 days and they indicate the presence of the requirements to obtain the subsidy, the application continues its process and can be accepted, otherwise it is rejected. In particular, INPS explains in a message, applications for which the ISEE certification presents omissions and/or discrepancies are placed in “evidence” status and can be managed by the territorial structures, following the automated checks carried out by the Revenue Agency.

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What happen
In these cases, the INPS sends a communication to the person requesting the ADI, with which it requests to present the documentation to demonstrate the completeness and truthfulness of the data indicated in the Single Substitutive Declaration, to present a new DSU or to rectify it. If within 60 days the documents justifying the omissions and/or discrepancies have been presented and they are suitable to justify such inconsistencies, the application is positively released for the purposes of continuing the investigation. If the documents are not presented within these 60 days or are not suitable, the application will be rejected.

The data and the ISEE
Applications may however be suspended due to discrepancies in the family unit between what is declared in the DSU and the data present in the national resident population register. In the event that any discrepancy on the composition of the nucleus emerges from this comparison, the Adi application is automatically placed in “suspension”, in order to allow the competent territorial offices to ascertain the actual truthfulness of the nucleus itself. It will be the responsibility of the competent INPS office to ascertain the correctness of what is self-declared in the DSU. At the end of the checks, the operator will be able to confirm the discrepancy on the ISEE system, and reject the ADI application or, instead, in the event that the assessment shows, despite the discrepancy with ANPR, the truthfulness of the core (for the purposes Isee), will be able to use the “suspension” cancellation function, allowing the investigation to be completed favorably.

Times to process applications
Applications subject to preventive control will in any case be automatically processed, 60 days after the start of the suspension, in the absence of confirmation of the discrepancy by the office operator. Applications may also be suspended for checks on certificates of disadvantage issued by the Municipality or by health services or for inclusion in treatment and assistance programs owned by municipalities or health facilities, in which possession has been self-declared and for which, in the absence of feedback within sixty days of communication from INPS, the request will be accepted.

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