Do you know about the SafeLink Rectification process? Are you a LifeLine program customer? Is your LifeLine program deactivated? Do you want to continue enjoying the LifeLine program benefits?
We got you a detailed guide on the rectification process. This article explains the LifeLine program, SafeLink rectification, and application process.
SafeLink Wireless is a LifeLine provider. It is a Federal Government Program, and they provide free mobile services and air-time for eligible customers.
SafeLink Wireless is one of the TracFone Wireless services. TracFone is a Verizon company. TracFone Wireless aims to provide Affordable mobile services on the SafeLink Wireless.
What Is The LifeLine Program?
The provider of the LifeLine program is the Federal Communication Commission (FCC). The year of its establishment was in 1985. The program aims to offer discounts on Communication services to low-income households.
The LifeLine program provides free mobile services for eligible customers. The mobile services include voice minutes, data, and text.
The LifeLine program helps its participants to stay connected with their friends, family, employees, employment opportunities, and emergency services.
What Are The Eligibility Criteria For The LifeLine Program?
You or your family member should be a participant in a government program or the sum of your household income should be 135% below your State’s Federal Poverty Guideline.
You are eligible for the program if you or your family member is part of the listed Government assistance program. The government assistance programs vary depending on your State, area, and ZIP Code.
The Government Assistance Programs For LifeLine Eligibility For Free Mobile Services:
- The Medicaid
- The Supplementary Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). It is also known as the Food Stamps.
- The Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
- The Federal Public Housing Assistance (Section 8)
- The Veterans Pension and
- Survivor Pension Benefits
The list of government assistance programs differs depending on your State. The above government assistance program can be the same for most States in the United States.
Your household income should be at or below 135% of the Federal Poverty Guideline. The Federal Poverty Guideline changes from State to State. You can check your State’s Federal Poverty Guideline for LifeLine eligibility.
If you are not a LifeLine customer, you can apply for the LifeLine program on the SafeLink Wireless network. Check the LifeLine program eligibility before applying for the program.
Follow the steps in the image to apply for the LifeLine program. You can apply for the program and the LifeLine National Verifier on the SafeLink Wireless website.
Your household income will change depending on the number of members and your State. A household is an individual or a group living in the same house and sharing income and expenses.
Only one member of the household is eligible for the LifeLine program. The LifeLine benefits are non-transferable. You can receive the LifeLine program benefits from multiple carriers, but you can only receive the benefits from one network per month.
You should submit proof of LifeLine eligibility while applying for the program on SafeLink Wireless. Your documents should be valid and legible. Your application might get rejected if the provided documents fail in the verification process.
If your household income is at or below 135% of your State’s Federal Poverty Guideline, You need to submit your income certificate, past three months of pay stubs, or tax bills. You need to submit this while applying on the SafeLink Wireless network.
If you are a member of the listed government assistance program, you should provide your participation certificate. You can request the participation certificate. You can submit it while applying for the LifeLine program.
What Is The SafeLink Rectification Process?
Rectification is an annual requirement for LifeLine subscribers. The rectification process is for checking your LifeLine eligibility after a year of the LifeLine program.
You need to confirm your eligibility every year to enjoy the LifeLine benefits. You can benefit from the program for a lifetime. But you need to verify your eligibility after every consequent year.
If you fail to rectify the LifeLine problem within a given period, you will be de-enrolled from the program.
The enrollment period is about sixty days. You will receive the guide for rectification through mail.
Conditions For The LifeLine Program Rectification Process On The SafeLink Wireless Network:
- You should use the same eligibility procedure of the LifeLine program for the Rectification Process. For example, if you enrolled for the program based on your household income, you should apply for the rectification process based on the household income. It is the same for the government assistance program.
- You can only receive the LifeLine program benefit from one carrier network at a time.
- You can change your LifeLine supplier if you want.
- You will get free mobile services under the LifeLine program. The free mobile service includes voice minutes, text, and mobile data. You can purchase additional airtime and data if needed.
- You can’t transfer the LifeLine benefits.
- You can keep your existing mobile number.
How To Apply For Rectification Process On The SafeLink Wireless?
To apply for the SafeLink Rectification program, visit the SafeLink Wireless Rectification website, enter your information, verify by entering the Captcha code, fill out the application, upload the required documents, and submit your application.
You can apply for the LifeLine Rectification on the SafeLink Wireless website. You only need a few pieces of information for the process. It takes a couple of minutes to apply.
You can apply for the LifeLine rectification process with two different sets of information. You should keep the information ready when you register for the LifeLine Rectification.
The Two Sets Of Information For The Rectification Process Are:
- Set One (Without the enrollment number)
- Your Birthday
- The last four digits of the SSN (Social Security Number)
- Your area’s ZIP Code
- Set Two (With your Enrollment number)
- Your Enrollment Number
- The last four digits of your SSN (Social Security Number)
If you don’t have your enrollment number, you can use the information on the set one. You can get our enrollment number on SafeLink Wireless. You can follow the instructions in our article ‘How to get your enrollment number’ to get your enrollment number.
Steps To Apply For The LifeLine Program Rectification On The SafeLink Wireless:
- Visit the SafeLink Wireless Rectification page on their website.
- Check your rectification status on the website. You can apply for LifeLine rectification on their web page.
- Enter your information. You can choose any one set of details for rectification.
- Enter the Captcha verification Code. A combination of letters and numbers will play enter it. You can play it again, and you can verify it again on the web page.
- Follow the instructions to fill out the Rectification application on the SafeLink Wireless network.
- Upload your identity proofs and eligibility documents if needed.
- Submit the filled rectification application.
You can also apply for the LifeLine rectification by contacting SafeLink Wireless Customer Services. You can download and fill out the rectification application.
You can send the filled application along with it and send your documents to the SafeLink Wireless address.
The SafeLink Wireless will verify your LifeLine rectification application. They will send you a package via mail for the LifeLine subscriber.
You will receive a package if the automatic verification fails to verify your documents. The package comes with an explanation for the required documents.
You can send a mail with the documents needed. You can send the documents to the SafeLink Wireless address.
Is The Rectification Process Mandatory?
Yes, the rectification process is mandatory for all LifeLine customers. You should go through the rectification process after a year of the LifeLine program benefits.
There is no need to apply for the rectification if you have subscribed to the LifeLine National Verifier. The NV (National Verifier) is not available in all States. However, if your State doesn’t offer the National Verifier facility, you should rectify your LifeLine eligibility once a year.
You can apply for the National Verifier once your State implements the National Verifier facility.
What Is A National Verifier?
National Verifier is also known as the LifeLine National Verifier. It is a centralized system for verifying the LifeLine customers’ eligibility.
Unfortunately, it is not available in every state. Once you complete the LifeLine on SafeLink Wireless, you should apply for the National Verifier application.
National Verifier will automatically rectify your LifeLine eligibility. You don’t need to go through the rectification process if you have applied for the National Verifier.
For the National Verifier application, you need to accept the LifeLine discloser. You should put your e-sign and upload the required documents.
You need to upload your identity proofs. The identity proofs are your photo ID and your SSN card.
Upload your eligibility proof on the National Verifier application. You can upload your income proofs or the government assistance program certificate based on your LifeLine eligibility criteria.
They will start processing your application once you complete the LifeLine and National Verifier form. SafeLink Wireless will verify your eligibility for the program.
You will receive your result through the electric mail. The SafeLInk will notify you only if your application is approved. Once your application is approved, it will rectify every year automatically.
How To Apply For The LifeLine National Verifier?
To apply for the LifeLine National Verifier for existing LifeLine Customers, visit the government website, Log In to your account, fill out the application, upload your Identification proofs, upload your eligibility documents, select SafeLink Wireless network as your carrier network, review your application, and submit the filled application.
You can apply for the LifeLine National Verifier if you are an existing LifeLine customer. You can apply for the National Verifier (NV) after you apply for the LifeLine program on SafeLink Wireless. The SafeLink Wireless will navigate you to the National Verifier application.
You can apply for LifeLine National Verifier by filling out the application, uploading your Identity and eligibility proofs, and e-signing on the application.
Before applying for the LifeLine National Verifier, keep your identification and eligibility proofs for the LifeLine program.
If you are already a LifeLine customer, you will have your Login information on the program. You can log in to your account and apply for the National Verifier.
Steps To Apply For The National Verifier If You Are An Existing LifeLine Customer On The SafeLink Wireless:
- Visit the Government’s official Getintetnet website on your browser.
- Scroll down the web page and spot the rectification procedure.
- Select the “Rectify To Keep LifeLine” on the website.
- Login to your account on the website.
- Fill out the application form for the LifeLine National Verifier.
- Upload your ID proofs and eligibility documents.
- Select the SafeLink Wireless network for the LifeLine program if necessary.
- Review your application.
- E-sign your sign on the LifeLine National Verifier application.
You can also apply for the NV through your mail. You need to download the LifeLine National Verifier application form and fill out the application.
Contact SafeLink Wireless Customer Service to apply for the NV. Send a mail with the application form, identity proofs, the eligibility documents, and the household worksheet. Sign your initial on the final page of the application.
You should rectify your LifeLine eligibility if you haven’t signed up for National Verifier. National Verifier is not available in all the States.
You can check whether the LifeLine National Verifier is available in your State by visiting the government website. You can view the Universal Service Administration Company’s NV page for more information on the National Verifier.
Entering wrong information or uploading documents that are difficult to verify may lead to error codes while applying for the LifeLine National Verifier (NV).
If you are below the age of eighteen (Emancipatent Minor), you need to submit the court document or a certificate stating the customer is an emancipated minor.
Send your application through the mail if you get more than two error codes. You can visit the Resolve Application Errors – Universal Service Administrative Company (usac.org) to resolve the error codes. You can get a detailed guide on the required documents for the LifeLine National Verifier application process.
How To Contact SafeLink Wireless Customer Service?
You can contact SafeLink Wireless Customer Service for rectification details. You can also reach them if you have difficulties in the LifeLine Rectification process.
To contact them, visit the SafeLink Customer Support website. You can reach them by mail as well. You can mail your queries to the SafeLink Wireless PO Box 220009 Milwaukie, OR 97269-0009.
You can contact them through mobile call. Dial 1-800-723-3546 from your mobile device. Follow the instructions until they connect you to a SafeLink Customer Service representative.
Customer Services on the network is available throughout the week. They are contactable Monday to Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. EST and Sunday from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. EST.
If you are facing technical difficulties with the LifeLine rectification process, contact 1-800-378-1684 from your mobile device.