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$100 assistance extended for North


Jun 28, 2022 09:38:44 PM

$100 assistance extended for North The $100 unemployment assistance to all affected Fijians in Taveuni, Qamea, and Rabi Island has been extended.

Attorney General and Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum while announcing this said the application period will open on 29 June 2022 at 9am and close on 1 July 2022 at 5pm.

 He said individuals 18 years and over in Taveuni, Qamea, and Rabi Island can apply by dialing *161# and providing all of the mandatory information.

He said there are stiff penalties for individuals attempting to double-dip on Government unemployment assistance and payment for qualifying applicants will start from 7 July 2022, subject to correct and complete information provided by individuals at the time of application.

Applicants will have to provide:
1. Full name;
2. Birth registration number or citizenship number;
3. Date of birth;
4. Tax Identification Number (TIN);
5. FNPF number;
6. Voter identification number;
7. Home Address;
8. Declaration to confirm if the applicant has received both jabs of COVID-19 vaccine (YES or NO);
9. If YES, provide the place of vaccination;
10. Consent for the Fijian Government to access the applicant's vaccination and SIM card registration details (YES or NO); and
11. Statutory declaration to confirm that all information provided is correct.

People whose employment income has not been affected, as well as those who receive other forms of government assistance are not eligible for this income support.

Only one registered SIM card is permitted per person and the SIM card should be registered under the applicant’s name and qualifying applicants will have to be fully vaccinated with at least the first 2 jabs.
For ease of access, funds will be deposited directly into MPAiSA or MyCASH accounts for eligible recipients.

By Reginald Chandar


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