Sassa R350 Grant Forms: How to fill the form for a successful application.

When filling the r350 grant forms, it is important to take note of the following before you complete the forms. More often than not most people just fill the forms without reading the declaration and consent by applicant section. Make sure you are not falling short of requirement mentioned in this section. The fist you should know is that: You are agreeing to the following legally: I understand and agree that that any false or misleading declaration is punishable by law, and will justify a denial of my application and/or revocation of my application.

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Secondly : I authorize and consent to processing and verifying the “Personal Information”, as provided for in the application form and I understand that this is done in order to assess and consider my application and benefits (“the Purposes”). Without derogating from the generality of the aforesaid, the verification shall include but not limited to financial status, income and / or bank balance status and fraud prevention, and I acknowledge that I understand the purposes for which it is required and for which it will be used.

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You are also legally agreeing to the following: By submitting my Personal Information to the agency in any form I acknowledge that such conduct constitutes a reasonable unconditional, specific and voluntary written consent to the processing and verification of such Personal Information by the agency , the banking institutions and all government institutions deemed necessary by them for the Purposes including but not limited to:

Consent and authorization to the social security agency to verify my past and present bank accounts , stocks holdings and any other financial records relevant to the application, and to do so with any financial Institution in terms of Regulation 30 of the Social Assistance Regulations, promulgated in terms of the Social Assistance Act.

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The South African Revenue Services (SARS) may disclose, which disclosure is in terms of section 69(6)(b) of the Tax Administration Act, 2011 (Act No. 28 of 2011) [“Tax Act”] not prohibited, my information as provided for in section 70(4)(a) to (e) of the Tax Act to them;

Verification of my information against the information held in the various databases such as at the Department of Home Affairs, the Department of Labour in particular with the Unemployed Insurance Fund and the Worksmans Compensation Fund.

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