Social Welfare presented the INAPAM card to support people aged 60 or over.
If you are already 60 years old and still do not have the card of the National Institute for Older Persons, INAPAM, this is your opportunity, do not let it escape.
The Welfare Secretariat announced that the new stage in the issuance of INAPAM cards has already begun, for all adults over 60 years of age.
Said credential is considered an official identification and for this new stage it will have a design change, since it will have an online system linked to the National Population Registry (Renapo), in addition to a digital stamp that verifies its authenticity.
To process the INAPAM credential, you can do it in the Affiliation Modules of each entity, you can find them here www.gob.mx/bienestar.
Requirements for the INAPAM credential
Original and copy of valid official identification
Unique Population Registry Code (CURP) Legible
Proof of address no older than six months
A recent child-sized photograph
Contact telephone number for emergencies
Some of the benefits that you can count on with this card is support and legal advice on family, civil, lease and administrative procedures. Help in preparatory means for trial, real estate arrest, deeds, wills, among others.
It is also used to obtain discounts in some entertainment, cultural and tourist places.
The design of the credential has changed over time, but if you already have your credential, you should know that it is still valid and valid to make use of the benefits.
How to obtain the Inapam card?
If you are 60 years old or older, you can process your Inapam credential in the Affiliation Modules of each entity, which you can locate by clicking here.
To check the benefits offered by your state, you can click on the following links for more information:
- Legal advice and services
- Education, recreation and culture
- Property and water
- dress and home