Deadline: Thursday July 8, 2021
Income Support Grant 2021 for Trinidad and Tobago Construction Workers
Trinidad and Tobago Opportunities – Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago Ministry of Social Development and Family Services Call for Income Support Grant (ISG) Applications.
The MSDFS wishes to advise that Income Support Grant applications are now open to construction workers.
- This grant targets persons who are full time construction workers and have lost their income on or after May 1st 2021, in accordance with Public Health Regulations – Legal Notices #124 and 131.
- Remember only persons who DO NOT have a NIS number should apply.
- Construction Workers who would have applied previously for relief under Phase II of the COVID-19 Income Support (2021) MUST reapply.
- Payment will be made to construction workers for the months of May and June, 2021.
Income Support Grant 2021 for Trinidad and Tobago Construction Workers Criteria:
Your application is based on your present status of still being unemployed. This MUST be evidenced through a letter from your Employer. Therefore, if you are receiving salary/wages from your employer, you must not apply.
All false and misleading information contained in the application will be reported to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service for their investigation and further action.
ARE YOU A SELF-EMPLOYED CONSTRUCTION WORKER?
If you are a self- employed Construction worker, your application must be accompanied by a recommendation. Persons are required to include a completed ‘Client Reference Letter’ together with a copy of their client’s ID. A template of The ‘Client Reference Letter’ is available on the Ministry’s website for download and completion.
Visit the Ministry’s website at www.social.gov.tt and click on COV1D-19 Social Support. To apply, persons must copy and paste the link http://grants.social.gov.tt/ into
your browser or mobile device. Only online applications will be accommodated.
The Ministry also wishes to state that once verifications are completed, applications will be processed accordingly. For further information, please call the Ministry’s toll free hotline at 800-1MSD (1673), visit the Frequently Asked Questions section on the Ministry’s’ web-site at www.social.gov.tt, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Originally posted 2022-08-29 19:56:21.