The network of experts on statistics on free movement of workers and social security coordination analyses administrative and statistical data on these topics.
The Report provides key quantitative information on labour-mobility flows and patterns in the Union and EFTA countries based on the most recent available data (stocks in 2015 and mobility flows in 2014).
Following topics are analysed in the report:
The main aim of this report is to provide key quantitative information on stocks and flows of EU citizens residing and/or working in another EU Member State/EFTA country, based on the most recent available data (mainly from 2014).
The main aim of this report is to provide key quantitative information on stocks and flows of EU citizens residing and/or working in another EU Member State/EFTA country, based on the most recent available data (mainly from 2013). It focuses on the main countries of residence of these movers, their characteristics (age, citizenship, length of residence).
This report presents the data on the number of portable documents A1 (PDs A1), previously E101 forms, issued by the Member States during 2012 and 2013. The PD A1 is a formal statement on the applicable social security legislation. It proves that a posted worker or a person employed in more than one Member State pays social contributions in another Member State.
This report presents the data on the number of portable documents U2 (PDs U2) issued in the second semester of 2013. The PD U2 ‘Retention of unemployment benefits’ provides unemployed persons with the authorisation to export their unemployment benefits if they go to another Member State (MS) to look for work.
This report presents data concerning the use of the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) from 1 January to 31 December 2013, practical and legal difficulties in using the EHIC and information about the amount of reimbursements related to the use of the EHIC.
This report presents data concerning the use in 2013 of Portable Document S2 (PD S2) ‘Entitlement to scheduled treatment’, which certifies the entitlement to planned health treatment in a Member State other than the competent Member State of the insured person.