First ADI payments begin, for 287 thousand families average checks of 645 euros from 26/1

Credit on Inclusion Card

There are 287,704 families who will receive the inclusion allowance (Adi) payment from 26 January. The announcement comes from the INPS which in a note recalls how the measure was recognized to those families who submitted the request within the first days of January, who signed the Digital Activation Pact (Pad) and whose application passed preventive controls relating to the requirements established by the legislation.

Those interested, the note explains, will receive a text message in the next few hours with an invitation to go to a post office to collect the Inclusion Card on which the amount of the check is credited: payment of the Adi application has been arranged. From 26.01 it will be credited to the card which can be collected at any post office with identity document and tax code”, reads the text message. The processed applications, received by the first days of January, were 446,256 of which 418,527 with a signed Pad. But from the preventive checks carried out, it emerged that: 12,222 applications require an additional investigation for the acquisition of the certification certifying the requirement required for the purposes of recognition of the measure. Once the INPS has acquired the certification it will proceed with the payment from next February 15th or in any case within 60 days if certification from the relevant bodies is not received.

To these must be added the 1,140 applications that are under investigation for the Institute’s internal controls (anti-fraud checks) and the 117,461 applications that have been rejected due to lack of requirements. Among the main causes of denial of access to the benefit are: exceeding the threshold on the DSU, exceeding the income thresholds or failing to declare work activity. The first 287,704 applications that have successfully passed the preliminary investigation phase, therefore, concludes the INPS note, will be paid on 26 January with an average amount of 645.84 euros. In total, the applications received from 18 December to today are 651,665 and there is time until 31 January to forward the ADI requests which, once the preventive checks have been passed and the Pad has been signed, will be paid as early as 15 February. Applicants who sign up for the Pad by January 31st will also be entitled to payment of the current month’s monthly payment.