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Can we ask for a review of the amount of the Apa?

Verified 20 September 2019 - Directorate of Legal and Administrative Information (Prime Minister), National Solidarity Fund for Autonomy (CNSA)

It is possible to request a reassessment of your needs (revision of your aid plan and consequent on the amount of your Apa), if you change:

  • your personal or financial situation,
  • or the personal situation of your close caregiver.

This request must be made:

  • by the beneficiary of the Apa itself,
  • or his legal representative,
  • or by the next of kin.

Depending on the circumstances, the request for a review may be dealt with as a matter of urgency or in accordance with the procedure and time limits laid down for a 1mother request.

To find out what you need to do, contact:

General case
Who shall I contact

In the event of a reduction in the amount of the Apa, it is possible to challenge this decision.

An amicable appeal must first be brought, and then a contentious appeal can be brought.

Prior administrative action (Rapo)

If you challenge a decision on the Apa, you can form a prior administrative appeal by contacting the department by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt.

This appeal must be made within 2 months of notification of the contested decision.

Who shall I contact


An appeal may be brought against the decision of the prior administrative appeal.. Such contentious appeal must be filed with the Administrative Court.

You must file your appeal within 2 months of notification of the contested decision.

Then, if you wish, you can challenge the decision of the administrative court by appeal to the Council of State..