Presentation on theme: "EU citizen’s right of residence European health insurance card Tartu 29.08.2014."— Presentation transcript:
EU citizen’s right of residence European health insurance card Tartu 29.08.2014
EU citizen's right of residence (1) Register as citizens of Tartu within 3 months after your arrival. Required documents: o Your identity document o A tenancy contract Population Register Office in Tartu Küüni St 5 Opening hours: Mon 9-12, 15-18 Tue 9-16 Wed-Fri 9-12, 14-16
EU citizen's right of residence (2) After the registration (within one month), go to the Migration Bureau to apply for Estonian ID-card Required documents: –application form –identity document –coloured photograph (you can take the photo free of charge in the Migration Office) –document certifying the payment of the state fee ( 24,28 EUR ) –http://www.politsei.ee/en/teenused/riigiloivu d For more information, see the brochure “ Getting Started”, pages 27-28
EU citizen's right of residence (3) All students must inform ISS once they have their Estonian ID code (isikukood) ;
EU citizen's right of residence (4) Migration Bureau in Tartu Riia St. 132 Open: Mon-Fri 8-18 Closed on the last Friday of each month Bus nr 1, Raja stop www.politsei.ee
More information about right of residence on UT webpage: http://www.ut.ee/en/eu- citizens-right-residence http://www.ut.ee/en/eu- citizens-right-residence
European health insurance card (1) (28+ Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland ) You have it from your home country (you cannot get it from Estonia)
European health insurance card (2) Substitute certificate of an EU health insurance card (form E128) Always have the EHIC with you in case you need medical help in the EU!
European health insurance card (3) Ensures medical care on similar conditions as for Estonian citizens: Planned treatments cannot be carried out in the limits of the EU health card (e.g. planned surgeries); Healthcare is (mostly) free for you; still at your first visit to a specialist you have to pay a fee up to 5 EUR ; Prescribed medications are cheaper; Dental care for adults is not free in Estonia.
More information: Getting Started, page 32-33 http://www.haigekassa.ee/eng
European health insurance card (4) If anything happens that requires you to be taken back home – that is not covered; o Separate health insurance highly recommended.
Options for health insurance AON Student Insurance ERGO Insurance If Insurance SwissCare International Student Health InsuranceSwissCare International Student Health Insurance Crystal Studies Insurance KindlustusEst - insurance brokerKindlustusEst
Important numbers Emergency care: Call 112 Always free! Family doctors’ advice: 1220 (in Estonian and in Russian)