You are currently viewing AFP withdrawal today, June 22: enter and register your application if your ID ends in 6

The moment you were waiting for has arrived. If your DNI ends in 6, you can now request the withdrawal of up to 4 UIT (S/ 18,400) from your AFP fund, through the website enabled by the AFP Association, and in this note of Trade We tell you what you need to know to access the money saved in your individual contributor account.

It should be noted that on Monday, June 13 and Tuesday, June 14, the members whose last digit of their DNI is 9 registered their request. On Wednesday 15 and Thursday 16 it was the turn of those who have 8 as the last digit of their DNI, while that on Friday, June 17 and Monday, June 20, members whose ID ends in 7 did so.

In your case, that your DNI ends in 6, you will have three dates to submit your application: Tuesday June 21, Wednesday June 22 and Friday July 15 next.

AFP withdrawal schedule

Contributors to the pension fund must submit an AFP withdrawal request to be able to dispose of the money saved in their years of work. For it, you have to take into account the application schedule published by the Superintendency of Banks and Insurance (SBS), since everything will depend on the last number of the DNI. Check the schedule below:

Timeline to request the voluntary withdrawal of up to 4 UITs (Photo: Diffusion)

Link to send my AFP application

If you are going to withdraw the money from your AFP, you must go to (the web is already enabled) to submit your request.

1. First, go to ‘I want to withdraw’.

2. Then go to ‘Start Application’. Remember that you must have at hand your ID and the number of your own bank account where you will receive your fund.

3. Choose your bank and add the account number.

4. Register your request and wait up to 30 business days to receive the first disbursement in the account you entered.

The maximum period for submitting applications is 90 calendar days, so it will expire on September 10.


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