Nástroje zjednodušeného používania
The European Commission has referred The Netherlands to the EU's Court of Justice for failing to notify measures to stop discriminating against pensioners who live abroad when paying out an allowance for elderly taxpayers.
Give your opinion on how to remove any existing problems or obstacles in the area of coordination of unemployment and long-term care benefits (= care benefits for elderly or disabled) for persons who are in a cross-border situation (migrant workers and their family members, pensioners and their members living abroad, or other persons living abroad).
The European Commission has requested Slovakia to ensure that its pensioners who reside in another Member State can claim a Christmas supplement (vianočný príspevok) to their pension.
The European Commission has requested The Netherlands to ensure that people who qualify for a disabled persons allowance under Dutch social security legislation can obtain it regardless of whether they reside in another Member State.
The European Commission has requested Slovakia to ensure that people insured under the Slovak social security regime but residing in another Member State can obtain benefits for the severely disabled.
New EU social security rules come into force today to simplify access to social security for air hostesses, stewards and pilots and to improve access to unemployment benefit for self-employed frontier workers.
Just in time for the summer holidays, the EURO 2012 Football Championship and the London 2012 Olympics, the European Commission has launched an application for smartphones explaining how to use the European Health Insurance Card.
The European Commission has requested The Netherlands to stop discriminating against pensioners who live abroad when paying out an allowance for elderly taxpayers.
On Wednesday 18 April, the European Parliament adopted a proposal from the Commission which makes amendments to the modernised social security coordination regulations No (EC) 883/2004 and 987/2009. They include changes affecting aircrew and self-employed workers.
The European Commission has requested Greece to recognise professional qualifications acquired in other Member States and end discrimination against holders of post-graduate diplomas obtained in other Member States.