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 Norsk bokmål Read more about membership in the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme. Sidebilde Morten Rakke / Helfo 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.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. When Piotr later breaks his leg while skiing, he goes to the emergency ward in Kongsberg, receives treatment, and pays the user fee at the same level as Norwegians. Health care services in your country of residence You are also entitled to health care services in your country of residence. To document these rights, you have to get an E106/S1 form from Helfo. You need to hand in this form to the national insurance authorities in the country you live in. Steg 2 innholdThis form documents your right to necessary health care services within the public health care system at the same level as the citizens of your country of residence. The amount of the coverage of your expenses will depend on the law in the country in which you live. 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 at home and needs a follow-up check on his leg. He therefore uses the health care services in Poland. He is registered with an E106/S1 form and only needs to pay a user fee at the same level as others in his country of residence. Do you receive benefits from NAV? If you receive sickness benefits, unemployment benefits, parental benefits, work assessment allowance, pregnancy benefits, care benefits, training allowance or attendance allowance and live in another EU/EEA country or Switzerland, you have the same rights as those who work in Norway, but live in another EU/EEA country or Switzerland. Steg 3 innholdThis means that you have rights both in Norway and in your country of residence. (Read more in step 1 and 2.) To document your rights in your country of residence, you must bring a form E106/S1 from Helfo.You need to clarify with NAV if you can leave Norway while you receive the benefits,If you are not entitled to benefits from NAV if you leave Norway, you are not entitled to get or use form E106/S1. Your family members are still entitled to form E106/S1. Eksempel Piotr is on sick leave for a while after breaking his leg. He receives sickness benefits from NAV, and is granted the right to keep these benefits during a stay in Poland. During this period he has the same rights to health care as he had when he was working. Submit the application To receive the E106/S1 form, you have to submit an application to Helfo. Steg 4 innholdUse this form:«Søknad om blankett E 106 (40-05.01)» Bokmål | English | PolskiIf you are working, you 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 cardIf you receive benefits from NAV, you must ensure that you enclosethe decision about benefits from NAVa copy of your passport or national ID cardSend the application 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 needs a new form E106/S1 because the old one is no longer valid. He takes a copy of his employment contract, and encloses a confirmation from his employer that he is still employed at the carpentry firm. He also takes a copy of his passport and sends all documents and the application for the E106/S1 form to Helfo at P.O. Box 2415, 3104 Tønsberg.