A large part of the contributions provided by the state requires that: be within a section of the Social Household Register (RSH).
Registration in the RSH is a Basic requirement for access to various posts since this tool is an information system that provides families with a socioeconomic classification percentage determined based on factors such as income, household characteristics, family members, among others.
The RSH sections are seven and range from 0 to 40% of lower income or greater vulnerability; up to the highest level, which is 91 to 100% of higher income or lower vulnerability.
What benefits can the most vulnerable 40% receive?
Families who are According to the Social Household Register, they are among the most vulnerable 40% You can benefit from the following advantages:
In addition, this applies to households belonging to up to 60% of the most vulnerable population group Pension Focus Score determined based on information from the social register of households and other data available to the state, can access:
- Contribution to the disability solidarity pension
- Basic solidarity disability pension
Which section does my family belong to?
Families registered in the The Social Household Registry can find out which vulnerability area they belong to on the website www.registrosocial.gob.cl.
After entering the website you must click “Go to my registration” and log in with a unique key. Then you have to click “Socio-economic classification” and the system displays the percentage of family at risk in the system.