Unified competition: deadline to request fee exemption is Friday

Unified Competition Banner.  Photo: Arte/EBC

Interested in signing up for Unified National Public Competition You have until next Friday (26th) to request a fee exemption and prove the necessary requirements. The process must be done exclusively through the competition page. Those who do not opt ​​for the exemption can register until February 9th. The fee is R$60 for secondary level and R$90 for higher level.

The exemption can be requested by candidates registered in the Single Registry (CadÚnico); bone marrow donors; scholarship holders or former scholarship holders of the University for All Program (ProUni); in addition to those who are currently or have attended higher education financed by the Higher Education Student Financing Fund (Fies).

“It is necessary to pay attention to the registration period, as it differs from that intended for candidates who will choose to pay. Furthermore, it is essential that candidates meet the criteria established in the eight available competition notices and provide the necessary documentation during this period of time”, highlighted the Ministry of Education.

Art Enem of fee-exempt competitions.  Art: Agência Brasil

Proof

For candidates registered with CadÚnico, when registering online, you will need to provide your Social Identification Number (NIS), as well as declare that you are a member of a low-income family – monthly family income per person less than or equal to half the minimum wage (R $706).

Bone marrow donors must send legible images of the donor card or declaration issued by entities recognized by the Ministry of Health, certificate or report issued by a doctor from an entity recognized by the Ministry of Health, registered with the Regional Council of Medicine.

Prouni scholarship holders or former scholarship holders and those financed by Fies must only indicate the request option corresponding to the modality.

Only documents in PDF, PNG or JPG format will be accepted, with a maximum size of 2 megabytes. Documents presented by post, electronic mail or delivered on the day of the exam will not be considered valid.

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