Certificate S1 documents your entitlement to essential provided by the national health service in your country of residence. On this page you will find an overview of who may be entitled to S1.
Certificate S1 for employees, posted workers and pensioners
Are you an employee or posted worker living in another EU / EEA country? Or are you a pensioner living in another country with pension from Norway? Then you might be entitled to certificate S1 (previously form E106, E109 and E121).
Employee in Norway from the EU / EEA or Switzerland
If you work in Norway and live in another EU / EEA country or Switzerland, you will normally be covered for your healthcare in both Norway and the country in which you live.
Pensioner in the EU / EEA and Switzerland
If you as a pensioner have moved to another EU / EEA country or Switzerland, you will normally be covered for your healthcare in the country in which you live.
Posted worker from Norway
If you are a posted worker in another EU / EEA country or Switzerland, you will normally be covered for your healthcare in the country in which you work.
Do you live in Norway and have dependent family members living in another country?
Family members that you support and who live in another EU / EEA country (or in Switzerland) than you, will also have the right to be covered for your healthcare.
You are normally considered to live where you have your immediate family, ie spouse, cohabitant and / or children.
Employees from the EU/EEA or Switzerland who live and work in Norway
Read more in step 2 on how to apply for certificate S1 for family members.
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Last updated Friday, February 5, 2021