Why does my Sassa application say failed?
SASSA identity verification failed means the South African Social Security Agency find out that your personal information details do not match what the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) has in their system.
If the applicant receives an 'Identity Verification Failed' status it means that Sassa found that the applicant's details did not match with the Department of Home Affairs data. The agency processes applicants' details through several different databases when considering their applications.
You may be encountering this status “Pending sassa status means for most beneficiaries the submitted application has not yet been approved, This means your application details and information still need to be reviewed screened and verified first before approval.
If your identity verification attempt was unsuccessful, it means that the information you provided did not match the authoritative sources we use for verification.
Your R350 grant pending status should be verified within 30 days (a month) to get approved. Your SASSA SRD R350 grant pending should take less then 30 days to get approved.
In terms of how long you have to wait before you receive feedback regarding the outcome of your appeal application, Sassa has stated that the Independent Tribunal will inform you of the outcome of your appeal electronically, within a period of 60 – 90 days from lodging of the appeal.
Enter the url address : https://srd.sassa.gov.za/sc19/status. When the page is loaded fully, input your ID number and the phone number used to apply. Click on the submit button. Select the month you wish to know if it is approved.
“If your application is approved with no pay date it means payment has not been processed as yet,” announced SASSA. Therefore, beneficiaries are encouraged to be patient and keep an eye on their SASSA profile. Beneficiaries are reminded that there is no fixed payment date for the Special COVID-19 SRD grant.
- Go to www.srd.sassa.gov.za.
- Click “Select here to confirm your existing application”
- Provide your Identification Documents (ID)
- Provide your cell phone number.
- Click 'Confirm your existing application”
When a “verify” fails in Selenium, it continues its execution despite hitting a failure, unlike “assert” which halts the function when met with failure.
Why is SASSA not paying?
So if your bank account has been changed without informing Sassa, this also causes a delay in the payment process, which is another issue. Additionally, a breakdown in communication between you and the Sassa could be the cause of the delay problems.
If your Sassa grant application status says declined you have the right to apply for reconsideration if their grant application was declined. Every declined Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant applicant has the right to apply for reconsideration if their grant application was declined.
- Get your ID number and the phone number used to apply ready.
- Call their Toll-free (you don't pay for the calls to these numbers) number 0800601011.
- Wait for the machine to pick up. ...
- Ask them you want to check your status for SASSA SRD R350 grant.
- Visit the SASSA website at srd.sassa.gov.za.
- Click 'Reconfirm you grant application'
- Login in with your South African ID number and Mobile number.
- Update your details.
- Resubmit the application.