Du står her: helsenorge.noForeigners in NorwayPensioners who move to Norway from the EU/EEA Pensioners who move to Norway from the EU/EEA If you are a pensioner from an EU/EEA country and intend to move to Norway, you must ensure that you have form E121/S1 from the country that pays your pension. Sidebilde Morten Rakke / Helfo Before you move If you are a pensioner from an EU/EEA country and intend to move to Norway, you must ensure that you have form E121/S1 from the country that pays your pension. Steg 1 innholdThis entitles you to health services in accordance with the rules in Norway. Vil du lese om pensjonister som flytter til Norge fra EU/EØS på norsk?Also ensure that you have your European Health Insurance Card from the same national insurance institution that you received form E121/S1 from. You have to use this if you intend to travel on holiday outside of Norway. Eksempel Maaike has always lived and worked in the Netherlands, but she has now purchased a house in Valdres and is moving to Norway for her retirement years. She makes sure that she brings form E121/S1 and the European Health Insurance Card from her home country. In particular, she should ensure that she has the European Health Insurance Card with her when she is on holiday outside of Norway. When you arrive in Norway You must send form E121/S1 to Helfo when you arrive in Norway as an immigrating pensioner. Steg 2 innholdSend the form to: Helfo, Postboks 2415, 3104 Tønsberg Eksempel Maaike sends form E121/S1 to Helfo immediately after she has moved to Norway. Your rights You have a right to health services in accordance with the rules in Norway when, as a pensioner from a EU/EEA country, you are in possession of form E121/S1. Steg 3 innholdThis means that you will be covered for necessary expenses for health services from the public health care system and that you have to pay user fees for treatment. The same applies to your dependent family members. Each family member must have their own E121/S1 form. If you get a job in Norway, it will have an impact on your rights. In that case, you must notify Helfo. You need to make enquiries with the national insurance authorities in your home country about any entitlements to travel home and/or health services that may be available there. Eksempel Maaike develops pneumonia and visits a doctor. She pays the user fee at the same level as Norwegians.