Go to Apply for a document S1/form 121 and fill in the application form. The processing of your application may take 6 to 8 weeks. If you are entitled to medical care in your country of residence, we will register you as a treaty-entitled person. In that case we will send you the document S1/form 121. This allows you to register with a local health insurance fund.
Once you have been registered with the CAK as a treaty-entitled person, your benefit or pension authority will deduct the healthcare contribution to your benefit or pension. You pay this contribution for medical care in your new country of residence. The amount is similar to the health insurance premium paid by residents of your new country of residence.
Do your family members move with you and do they not have benefits, pensions or work? Please indicate their names on your application form S1/121. For all treaty countries, the local health care organisation of the country of residence determines the right to co-insurance. You will have to pay a separate heathcare contribution for you co-insured familie members aged 18 and over. For family members who are not entitled to co-insurance, you must take out health insurance yourself. Read more about co-insurance for your family members
You pay a healthcare contribution to the CAK for yourself and for your co-insured family members. We will have this amount deducted from your pension or benefit.