How to Apply Reconsideration for UIF Registered Decline – Introduction

In case you are one of those SRD R350 grant applicants who have been declined due to UIF registered, this is what you need to do to appeal that decision by SASSA in 2023.

At some point, we are of the view that this mass decline of applicants by SASSA tagging them as UIF registered might be as a result of malfunctioning of their system.

But as we all know, SASSA can sometimes be unpredictable 🤣🤣🤣🤣.

So we have have to do the things that their system requires thus to appeal that decision.

Some who have never worked before are declined as having uif registered 😳😳😳😳, looks strange right? Thus SASSA for you.

On a more serious note, sassa has to make sure that the other government agencies they are testing applicants submitted information with are regularly updated.

A typical example is someone who applied for NSFAS funding but was not funded but meanwhile the person’s details are still in NSFAS database. Now when SASSA checks nsfas database, the applicant’s ID number is found, but sassa may not be able to determine if the applicant is currently funded or not.

So for instance, nsfas should set up a parameters such that those who are not currently funded are exempted.

Application for Reconsideration When UIF registered decline

But for the mean time, if you are declined for UIF registered, follow these steps below to submit reconsideration application.

  • Click on this link here 👉🏿👉🏿👉🏿👉🏿 https://srd.dsd.gov.za/appeals/appeal
  • When the page is loaded fully, you will be provided with space for ID number and the cell phone number that was used to submit the application.
  • After that click on the “send pin” button.
  • You may be sent a code to the number and enter it.
  • When the page is finally loaded, look for the month you are applying reconsideration for instance December 2022 .
  • Besides the reason for the decline, you will see ” reason for reconsideration outcome” choose from the list the one that matches your reason for the decline, eg “not uif registered”.
  • The “outcome of reconsideration” will be pending for further review.
  • You will to wait for days so that SASSA can take a second look at the application.
  • Look at the image below for reference and advise
Uif registered reconsideration application SRD R350 appeal

By Edna

42 thoughts on “How to Apply Reconsideration for UIF Registered Decline Status SRD R350 grant application payments in 2023.”
  1. I Sandiso Alan Langa I applied for Sassa srd grant on the day of the 05-08-2021on this contact number.And I still didn’t get it

  2. I received UIF last year, August last year was my final payment, I tried to apply for the 350r the following month but was declined, I’m unemployed and it’s been a year since I applied, however I applied again this year August and still declined?? Why??

  3. I applied but got declined reason being alternative source of income which I know nothing and when I tried to apeal it takes me straight to july2020 which confuse me coz we are on 2021 please assist

  4. I applied in 2August 3021 but declined n September pending,they tell me ABT UIF. How can I applied for SRD if I’m still getting UIF, what kind people r getting uif

  5. This SASSA thing has now been so unfair to some of us I have never got any UIF as I have never work but it keeps declining…. Geeez if our government doesn’t want to supply us with this fund they should just tell us😠😡😤😤😤😠😡😡

  6. Hi I’m lizzy I’m trying to apply social 350 but declined says uif registered I’m not getting uif I’m unemployed really and I’m trying to repeal reinstated but refuse to process my information plz help to get help

  7. I was also declined for uif but I last worked in November 2017. I have been getting this R350 until October 2021 all of a sudden I am registered with uif, how is that possible?

  8. my status was decline due to UIF but i dont get any funds from UIF because they say it is expired.i dont know what to do now as i dont get no funds from uif no from the srd 350 from sassa.please help

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