If you work abroad you generally become no longer insured for general social facilities in ones own country. This can be properly arranged with the necessary E-forms. E-forms aim to facilitate cross-border contacts with and among the various social security bodies of the EER member-states. This means that you can use this form to transport your accrued rights from and to EER member-states. The forms have been renamed. The table below mentions the old and the new names.
E-100 series: concerns benefits for sickness, pregnancy and secondment;
E-200 series: for calculating and paying (invalidity) pensions and dependents' benefits;
E-300 series: for all matters relating to unemployment benefits;
E-400 series: for entitlement to child benefit.
These forms are available from the various bodies in the own country.
|Form||Purpose||To be obtained from|
|A1 - E101||Declaration of Secondment; is issued when a company seconds you to another country for a period of less than 12 months.||Social Insurance Bank (SVB), International Secondment Department.|
|S1 - E106||Certificate of entitlement to healthcare if you do not live in the country where you are insured. Useful for cross-border workers, pensioners or civil servants and their dependants.||Via social insurance implementation body (uvi) or Social Insurance Bank (SVB), via compulsory national health insurance|
|S2 - E111||Authorisation to obtain a planned health treatment in another EU or EFTA country. You should be treated in the same way as residents of that country - you may have to pay a percentage of the costs up front.||Via compulsory national health insurance|
|U1 - E301||Insurance periods of history of employment in member-state||Via social insurance implementation body (uvi), via compulsory national health insurance|
|U2 - E303||Export of employment benefits for a period of no more than 3 months, to be accompanied by E 119||
Via social insurance implementation body (uvi), via compulsory national health insurance