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Coordinamento UE dei regimi di sicurezza sociale

  • 22/02/2017

    Posting of workers - Report on A1 portable documents issued in 2015

    Portable Document A1 is a formal statement proving that the holder pays social contributions in another EU country. PD A1 provide a source of statistics on posted workers and persons working in several EU countries. This report shows that in 2015, there were some 2.05 million postings, an increase of 7% compared to the previous year. Poland, Germany and France accounted as the main sending countries, while Germany, France and Belgium as the main receiving countries. Find more data on the average duration of posting, the economic sectors involved, the impact on national labour markets and more in this report.

  • 27/05/2011

    The coordination of healthcare in Europe - Rights of insured persons and their family members under regulations (EC) No 883/2004 and (EC) No 987/2009

    The EU has common rules to protect its citizens’ social security rights when moving within Europe. These do not replace the national social systems with a European one: each country of the European Union lays down the conditions under which social security benefits are granted, as well as the amount of such benefits and the period for which they are granted. However, when doing so, they must comply with EU law, in particular with Regulation (EC) No 883/2004 on the coordination of social security systems. This guide gives competent national institutions an overview of the EU coordination provisions in the field of healthcare. It covers the rights of insured persons and their family members, including those of pensioners and their families. Provisions are detailed for both residence and stay, either in the country of insurance or in another country of the European Union. This publication is available in printed format in English, French and German.

  • 15/10/2010

    Coordinamento dei regimi di sicurezza sociale: lavorare ovunque in Europa.

    Poster –L’UE coordina i regimi di sicurezza sociale per garantirti i diritti a questo tipo di sicurezza se lavori in più paesi dell’Unione europea o in Islanda, Liechtenstein, Norvegia e Svizzera oppure se desideri trasferirti in uno di questi paesi alla ricerca di un impiego.

  • 15/10/2010

    Coordinamento dei regimi di sicurezza sociale: andare in pensione in qualsiasi paese europeo.

    Poster – Grazie alla normativa dell’UE sul coordinamento dei regimi di sicurezza sociale puoi andare in pensione in qualsiasi paese europeo desideri.Continuerai a ricevere la pensione all’estero e potrai usufruire dell’assistenza sanitaria locale.

  • 15/10/2010

    Coordinamento dei regimi di sicurezza sociale: lavorare ovunque in Europa.

    In che modo il trasferimento in un altro paese influisce sui diritti alle indennità di disoccupazione? Scopri di più sui tuoi diritti se hai lavorato in più paesi dell’Unione europea, o in Islanda, Liechtenstein, Norvegia e Svizzera oppure se desideri trasferirti in uno di questi paesi alla ricerca di un impiego.