Du står her: helsenorge.noForeigners in NorwayWorkers from the EU/EEA or Switzerland who live and work in Norway Workers from the EU/EEA or Switzerland who live and work in Norway If you settle and work in Norway, you are a member of the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme. Sidebilde FOTO: HELFO / MORTEN RAKKE Membership in the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme If you settle and work in Norway, you are a member of the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme. Steg 1 innholdThis means that you will be covered for necessary expenses for health care services from the public health care system and that you have to pay user fees for treatment.Vil du lese om arbeidstakere fra EU/EØS eller Sveits som bor og jobber i Norge på norsk?If you have any questions about membership in the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme you can read more about this at the NAV (Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administration) website. Eksempel Katrin from Germany has found a Norwegian man, has moved to Norway and works as a physiotherapist. She has therefore become a member of the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme and is no longer entitled to health care services in Germany. When she is bitten by a cat and goes to the emergency ward for a tetanus injection, she pays the user fee at the same level as Norwegians. Do you have a dependent family that lives in a different country to where you live? If you have dependent family members who live in another EU/EEA country to where you live, they will be entitled to health care services affiliated with the public health care system in their country of residence at Norway's expense. Steg 2 innholdThis is documented using an E109/S1 form which you have to apply to Helfo for. «Application for form E 109 (40-05.03)» English This form must be sent to the relevant national insurance institution in the country where the people you support live. Eksempel Katrin has a teenage daughter who lives with her grandmother in Hamburg to complete upper secondary school, however Katrin is still responsible for supporting her. When the daughter develops mononucleosis (kissing sickness), she will have health care services covered in accordance with the rules in Germany. She will receive this coverage because the E109/S1 form from Norway is registered and approved in Germany. The European Health Insurance Card You will also be entitled to a European Health Insurance Card from Norway. Steg 3 innholdYou may use this in all EU/EEA countries except for Norway. You can also use the card in your former home country.Dependent family members have the same entitlements. Spouses who are not entitled to a European Health Insurance Card on an independent basis, have the right to a European Health Insurance Card as a family member. Eksempel Katrin is at home on holiday in Germany with her family. She has such strong stomach pains that she chooses to see a doctor. Since she is no longer entitled to health care services in Germany, she uses her European Health Insurance Card which she received in Norway.