The Minas Gerais State Servants’ Pension Institute (Ipsemg) carried out a survey of the ten cities with the largest number of beneficiaries that have not yet carried out the Social Security Registration Census for the Private Pension Regime (RPPS).
In addition to Belo Horizonte, other cities located in the Metropolitan Region and interior of the state, such as Betim, Contagem, Governador Valadares, Juiz de Fora, Montes Claros, Ribeirão das Neves, Teófilo Otoni, Uberaba and Uberlândia, are among the cities with the largest number of people in an irregular situation with the Census. Check out the list below:
Ipsemg / Disclosure
The 1st Social Security Census of the State of Minas Gerais was carried out between June and December 2023 and included retired employees, Ipsemg pensioners and active permanent employees of the Executive Branch.
After the end of the census, Ipsemg carried out a survey and found that around 43 thousand civil servants had not carried out the procedure, and more than 30 thousand could have had their benefit suspended. Click here to check the list.
With the aim of regularizing the situation and avoiding the suspension of payments for these beneficiaries, the system was reopened on 1/15/2024 and will be available until 2/14/2024 to carry out the census via the Ipsemg website, RPPS Census menu, or in this link.
It is important to highlight that for those who have difficulties or lack access to the internet, the census can be carried out in one of the institute’s 56 regional units, by prior appointment via the Government of Minas Gerais services portal or the MG App application.