Du står her: helsenorge.noForeigners in NorwayWorkers from the EU/EEA or Switzerland who work in Norway but do not live here Workers from the EU/EEA or Switzerland who work in Norway but do not live here Read more about membership in the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme. Sidebilde HELFO / Morten Rakke Membership in the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme If you are a worker and you carry out your work in Norway and are a resident of another EU/EEA country or Switzerland, as a general rule, you must be 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 jobber i Norge, men ikke bor her, 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. The web portal «Work in Norway – The Official Guide», which is a collaboration between NAV, the Norwegian Tax Administration, Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority and the Norwegian Police, also contains a great deal of useful information for people who plan to work in Norway. Eksempel Piotr from Poland has accepted a job as a carpenter at a Norwegian carpentry firm. He has thereby become a member of the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme and is no longer entitled to health care services in Poland. When Piotr later falls down from some scaffolding and breaks his leg, he goes to the emergency ward, receives treatment, and pays the user fee at the same level as Norwegians. Health care services in your home country In order to be entitled to health care services in your home country, you have to apply for an E106/S1 form from Helfo. Steg 2 innholdThis form grants you the right to necessary health care services within the public health care system on the same terms as the citizens of your country of residence. It is the law in the country in which you live that applies.Any dependent family members who live together with you in your homeland can be included in the form. They will receive the same rights as yourself. Eksempel Piotr is on holiday at home in Poland and requires a follow-up check on his leg. He may use the health care services in Poland on the same terms as others in his homeland because he is registered with an E106/S1 form. Submit the application To receive the E106/S1 form, you have to submit an application to Helfo. Steg 3 innholdUse this form:«Søknad om blankett E 106 (40-05.01)» Bokmål | English | PolskiYou must ensure that you enclosea copy of your employment contractconfirmation from your employer that you are still employed if the employment contract is older than one yeara copy of your passport or national ID cardThe application must be sent to: Helfo, P.O. Box 2415, 3104 Tønsberg.The form is valid for the duration of the employment contract with your Norwegian employer. If the employment contract does not stipulate the duration of the employment arrangement, the form will be valid for two years. If the employment arrangement has a duration of more than two years, you will have to apply for a new form. Eksempel Piotr takes a copy of his employment contract with him and, since it is brand new, he does not also require confirmation that he is still employed at the carpentry firm. He also takes a copy of his passport and sends both documents together with the application for the E106/S1 form to Helfo at P.O. Box 2415, 3104 Tønsberg.