What does SASSA R350 NSFAS registered status mean? Did you check your SASSA R350 grant status and the outcome showed NSFAS registered?
Do you want to know what SASSA R350 NSFAS registered mean on SASSA status check?
Well, lots of SASSA SRD R350 grant applicants who check their grant status usually see NSFAS registered as their declined reason.
So, why does SASSA status shows NSFAS registered?
That is what we’re going to explain in detail in this article, and also answer frequently asked questions about SASSA R350 grant NSFAS registered declined status.
We should, therefore, get to the topics right away.
What Does SASSA R350 NSFAS Registered Mean?
When you check your SASSA R350 grant status and you’re declined for the reason being that you are NSFAS registered, it means SASSA claims that you’re receiving funds from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS).
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) is a government financial support bursary for tertiary students; universities and tvet colleges.
One of the requirements for SASSA SRD R350 grant is that you do not receive any other social grant.
So, once SASSA detects that you’re registered for NSFAS, your application for the Covid-19 SRD grant will be declined.
So, should you check your SASSA R350 status and it shows NSFAS registered, it simply means you do not qualify for the grant because you’re receiving allowances from NSFAS.
We do recommend that you read How Do I Dispute SASSA SRD R350 Outcome? to dispute SASSA decline reasons if you’re not receiving NSFAS but your grant is declined for the reason that you’re getting NSFAS allowances.
Can NSFAS Students Apply For SASSA R350?
No, NSFAS students are not qualified for SASSA R350 grant. One of the main qualification requirement for SASSA R350 grant is to not receive any other source of income which include NSFAS and UIF.
Once you are receiving grants from any of these government bursaries, you’re automatically disqualified for the SASSA SRD R350 grant.
You should read What Does SASSA R350 UIF Registered Status Means for more explanation.
Can I Appeal SASSA NSFAS Registered Declined Status?
Yes, you can appeal SASSA NSFAS registered declined status. However, you can only appeal if you’re actually not receiving allowances from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS).
You have to read How Do I Appeal To SASSA R350 Grant for the complete step-by-step guide to submitting an appeal to SASSA when you’re declined for being registered on NSFAS.
By appealing SASSA’s decision, you’re telling SASSA to recheck your records and reconsider their decision because you’re not registered on NSFAS.
https://srd.sassa.gov.za/ is the webpage for SRD of the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA)
We do hope this article on what does NSFAS registered on SASSA means was helpful?
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