He Unemployment bonus granted to the employees associated with the Administrator of the Unemployment Fund (AFC) who entertained a Individual Unemployment Account (CIC) is a benefit applicable to those who had an employment contract with a salary intended for this insurance Chile. For this reason, in this note we will explain to you how to check whether you are a beneficiary or not.
How can I check with RUT whether I will receive the termination bonus?
Below are the requirements required to apply for this benefit.
- Enter the page of unemployment insurance or click HERE.
- Enter the captcha code.
- Click on the “AFC Key” option.
- Enter your RUT and password and find out if you have access to the unemployment bonus.
What are the requirements to receive the unemployment bonus?
Below are the requirements required to access the exit bonus:
- Unemployment: It is necessary to provide documents proving the employment situation, such as: B. the dismissal, the letter of dismissal, the letter of dismissal, the protocol of appearance before the labor inspectorate, a certificate from the labor inspectorate or a court ruling.
- Permanent contract or work as a private home worker: It is necessary that at least 12 contributions have been made continuously or uninterrupted before the termination of the employment relationship, regardless of whether it was with one or more employers.
- Fixed-term contract, specific work or service: At least six continuous or discontinuous contributions to one or more employers are required.
- Contributions taken into account from the last period in which the member had access to the service: If it is the first application, from the moment of joining the insurance until the month in which the employment relationship ended.
If you meet these requirements, you can withdraw the accumulated funds in monthly transfers according to the salary received in the last 12 months according to the following table: 70% in the first month, 55% in the second month, 45% in the third month, 40% in the fourth month, 35% in the fifth month and 30% from the sixth month.