The 2022 census will take place this Wednesday, May 18 throughout the country, in what will be the second stage of the bimodal format that began with the digital Census on March 16.
Citizens already had two months to answer the 61 questions of the online questionnaire. Once this form is completed, the system issues the unique housing code (CUV), which must be delivered by hand to the census taker when visiting the address.
What is the unique housing code?
It is a 5-digit alphanumeric code associated with a home and is generated on the home page of the Digital Census by means of an address.
This number is sent to the mail to complete the questionnaire. It should be clarified that if there is more than one household in the dwelling, all the households will use the same single dwelling code.
What do I do if I did not receive the unique code of the house in the mail?
If you do not receive the CUV in the mail, you must check spam folder of the email with which the citizen registered and check the available space in the box.
If the code is still not found, you will have to wait for the census taker who will visit the house on Wednesday, May 18. That day all the people who have not been able to complete the digital questionnaire must answer the Census through a face-to-face interview.
Meanwhile, from the official site of the 2022 Census they clarify that the sending of the code can take up to 24 hours to reach the email box.