Learn about $ 119 processing history to help students who are not PAN beneficiaries
Before the beginning of each student’s $ 119 deposit in their family card, to purchase food not prepared to participate in the school canteen service, the Puerto Rican government announced the date for eligible and related families.
According to written statements from Governor Pedro Pirelloise and Secretary of the Family Department, Carmen Anna Gonzalez, families with eligible public order students that do not receive a PAN may start applying for this benefit as of Monday, February 22 at the gate pr.gov/pebt/ , The day that will be available.
However, students from private, or not-for-profit organizations, who participate in the school canteen service, can apply for assistance from Friday the 26th at the same link.
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Approximately 330,000 students in Puerto Rico are eligible for P-EBT, of whom 286,787 are students in the public education system and it is estimated that 50,000 students belonging to private or not-for-profit school entities are eligible. The number of students of families participating in the PAN 222 program is 222, who will start receiving their first P-EBT payments through their family card automatically, so they don’t have to implement any of them as of this week. Management with the agency.
Students participating in the PAN will receive payments according to the last digit of the account manager’s Social Security number on the following dates: The numbers 0 to 2 are scheduled for Friday, February 19; Numbers 3 to 5 will be exchanged on Tuesday 23 February; The numbers 6 and 7 are released on Wednesday, February 24, while the numbers 8 and 9 will be released on Thursday, March 25, 2021.
In the first edition, each student will receive a retrospective payment of $ 833.14 that includes the period from August 2020 to February 2021. Each following month, benefits will be received monthly by electronic transfer via the family card. New applicants will receive a card with a new design
P-EBT Assistance can be used to purchase unprocessed food at more than three thousand PAN certified stores across the island and in family markets. Each monthly payment can be used for up to six months, so families do not have to take advantage of the total assistance in one month. For more information about the calendar, frequently asked questions, and P-EBT payment dates, go to pr.gov/pebt/.